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Worthy is the Lamb of God

[Worthy is the Lamb of God]

Author: Tom Fettke
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Tom Fettke

Thomas E. Fettke (b. Bronx, New York City, 1941) Educated at Oakland City College and California State University, in Hayward, CA, Fettke has taught in several public and Christian high schools and served as minister of music in various churches, all in California. He has published over eight hundred composi­tions and arrangements (some under the pseudonyms Robert F. Douglas and David J. Allen) and produced a number of recordings. Fettke was the senior editor of The Hymnal for Worship and Celebration (1986). Bert Polman Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: [Worthy is the Lamb of God]
Title: Worthy is the Lamb of God
Author: Tom Fettke
Source: All the Best Songs of Praise and Worship (Lillenas, 2001)
Language: English

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Scripture Song Database #4211

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