Series: Great Hymns of Our Faith

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O Worship the King: Hymns of Praise and Assurance to Encourage Your Heart by Robert Wolgemuth1
O Come All Ye Faithful: Hymns of Adoration and Joy to Celebrate His Birth (Great Hymns of Our Faith, Bk. 2) by Joni Eareckson Tada2
What Wondrous Love Is This: Hymns of Wonder and Worship to Remember His Love by Joni Eareckson Tada3
When Morning Gilds the Skies: Hymns of Heaven and Our Eternal Hope (Great Hymns of Our Faith, Bk. 4) by Robert Wolgemuth4

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  1. Then Sings My Soul: 150 of the World's Greatest Hymn Stories by Robert J. Morgan (2003)
  2. How To Survive In A World Of Unbelievers by John MacArthur (2001)
  3. Hymns for the Family of God by Fred Bock (1976)
  4. The Quest for Character by John MacArthur (2006)
  5. The One Year Book of Hymns by Robert Brown (1995)
  6. The Freedom and Power of Forgiveness by John MacArthur (1998)
  7. The Book of Hymns by Ian Bradley (1989)
  8. 101 More Hymn Stories: The Inspiring True Stories Behind 101 Favorite Hymns by Kenneth W. Osbeck (1985)
  9. Fool's Gold?: Discerning Truth in an Age of Error by John F. MacArthur (2005)
  10. Hymns for a Kid's Heart - Volume 1 by Bobbie Wolgemuth (2003)
  11. Faith Works: The Gospel According to the Apostles by John F. MacArthur (1993)
  12. Crusader hymns and hymn stories by Billy Graham Team (1965)
  13. The Story of Christian Music: From Gregorian Chant to Black Gospel, an Authoritative Illustrated Guide to All the Major Traditions of Music for Worship by Andrew Wilson-Dickson (1992)
  14. The Hymnal for Worship and Celebration by Tom Fettke (1986)
  15. The Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts: With All the Additional Hymns and Complete Indexes (Great Awakening Writings (1725- by Isaac Watts (1997)

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