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我曾犯罪到厭倦,煩悶昏沉若病

我曾犯罪到厭倦,煩悶昏沉若病 (Wǒ céng fànzuì dào yànjuàn, fánmèn hūnchén ruò bìng)

Author: W. Spencer Walton
Tune: [In tenderness He sought me] (Gordon)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: W. Spencer Walton

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First Line: 我曾犯罪到厭倦,煩悶昏沉若病 (Wǒ céng fànzuì dào yànjuàn, fánmèn hūnchén ruò bìng)
Title: 我曾犯罪到厭倦,煩悶昏沉若病
English Title: In tenderness he sought me
Author: W. Spencer Walton
Language: Chinese

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #173

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