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[I thank you, Lord, for Galilee]

[I thank you, Lord, for Galilee]

Composer: Don Wyrtzen
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Composer: Don Wyrtzen

Don Wyrtzen received an early start in music and broadcasting with his father, Dr. Jack Wyrtzen, founder of Word of Life International. He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, The King's College, Dallas Theological Seminary, and did graduate study at the University of North Texas. With over 400 anthems and songs to his name, he received a Dove Award for his 1981 musical, The Love Story. He continues to arrange, orchestrate, and conduct for major artists, churches, universities, and seminaries. --Daniel Mahraun (from fjhmusic.com) Go to person page >

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Composer: Don Wyrtzen
Copyright: 1968 by Singspiration, Inc.

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