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Peter J. Horrobin

Short Name: Peter J. Horrobin
Full Name: Horrobin, Peter J.
Birth Year: 1943
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Texts by Peter J. Horrobin (21)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
As with gladness men of oldPeter J. Horrobin, b. 1943 (Adapter)English2
For the beauty of the earthHorrobin (Alterer)English1
God whose Son was once a man on earthPeter Horrobin (Author)English2
God's not dead; (No!) he is aliveP. J. Horrobin (Alterer)English1
Hark, the glad sound, the Savior comesHorrobin (Alterer)English1
Hushed was the evening hymnHorrobin (Alterer)English2
I am not skilled to understandHorrobin (Alterer)English1
Just as I am, Your child to bePeter J. Horrobin (Adapter)English2
My God, how wonderful Thou artHorrobin (Alterer)English1
Now I have found the ground whereinHorrobin (Alterer)English1
Now the day is overPeter J. Horrobin, b. a9re (Adapter)English1
O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphantHorrobin (Alterer)English1
On Jordan's bank the Baptist's [Herald's] cryHorrobin (Alterer)English1
Once in royal David's city Stood a lowly cattle-shedPeter J. Horrobin, b. 1943 (Adapter)English2
Tell me the stories of Jesus I love to hearPeter J. Horrobin, b. 1943 (Adapter)English2
True-hearted, whole-hearted, faithful and loyalHorrobin (Alterer)English1
We plough the fields, and scatterHorrobin (Alterer)English1
We praise thee, we bless thee, our Savior divineHorrobin (Alterer)English1
We three kings of Orient areHorrobin (Alterer)English1
What a friend we have in Jesus, All our sins and griefs to bearPeter J. Horrobin, b. 1943 (Adapter)English2
Thou art coming, O my Savior! Thou art coming, O my King!Horrobin (Alterer)English1

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