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Where Justice Rolls Down

Author: Michael Pearce Donley, 1964-

A native of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Donley grad­u­ated from Be­thel Un­i­ver­si­ty, St. Paul, Min­ne­so­ta, Don­ley at­tends the Co­ve­nant Church in Rose­ville, Min­ne­so­ta, and has been with the Tri­ple Es­pres­so com­e­dy troupe since 1995. --www.hymntime.com/tch/… Go to person page >

Author: Richard K. Carlson, 1956-

(no biographical information available about Richard K. Carlson, 1956-.) Go to person page >

Author: Robert D. Stromberg, 1952-

(no biographical information available about Robert D. Stromberg, 1952-.) Go to person page >

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First Line: Where justice rolls down like a mighty water
Title: Where Justice Rolls Down
Author: Michael Pearce Donley, 1964-
Author: Richard K. Carlson, 1956-
Author: Robert D. Stromberg, 1952-
Copyright: © 1994 Hark! Productions, Inc.

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The Covenant Hymnal #727

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