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You wrote the rhythm of life

You wrote the rhythm of life

Author: Graham Kendrick; Author: Steve Thompson
Tune: [You wrote the rhythm of life]
CCLI Number: 1042097
Published in 4 hymnals

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Author: Graham Kendrick

Graham Kendrick (b. England, August 2, 1950), the son of a Baptist minister in Northamptonshire, is one of the most prolific Christian singer-songwriters in the United Kingdom. He’s written music for over thirty years, and to date has released thirty-eight albums. He is best known for his songs “Shine, Jesus, Shine,” “Knowing You,” and “The Servant King.” Kendrick has received honorary doctorates in divinity from Brunel University and Wycliffe College. In 1987 he helped co-found the March for Jesus, which today is a global phenomenon in which Christians take their faith to the streets in a celebration of Christ. In 1995 Kendrick received a Dove Award for his international work, and he remains an active advocate for Compassion… Go to person page >

Author: Steve Thompson

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Text Information

First Line: You wrote the rhythm of life
Author: Graham Kendrick
Author: Steve Thompson
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Teach me to dance to the beat of our heart
Copyright: © 1993, Graham Kendrick/Make Way Music

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Ancient and Modern #789

Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) #691

Complete Mission Praise #936

Singing the Faith #477

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