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Oh My Father

2 Oct

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  1. Thank you oh my father For giving us your son And leaving your spirit 'til the work on earth is done. There is a redeemer Jesus, God's own son Precious lamb of God, Messiah Holy one. Thank you oh my father For giving us your son And leaving your spirit 'til the work on earth is done.
  2. O my Father, thou that dwellest In the high and glorious place, When shall I regain thy presence And again behold thy face? In thy holy habitation, Did my spirit once reside? In my first primeval childhood Was I nurtured near thy side? For a wise and glorious purpose Thou hast placed me here on earth.
  3. Posted by TL Havens on April 9th, Oh, Father, God how I love you! You are my ROCK, My Father, My beloved and cherished KING! Oh Lord, how I desire to serve thee! How much I yern for your presence to be with me! Lord, God Almighty, I seek your PEACE and RIGHTEOUSNESS! You are my source of JOY! I set my heart upon Y.
  4. Mormon Tabernacle Choir - O My Father Lyrics. In the high and glorious place, When shall I regain thy presence And again behold thy face? In thy holy habitation, Did my spirit once resi.
  5. Oh My Father. Gary Mccallister (One Man Mormon Blues Band) From the Album Songs of My Father July 4, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now Go Unlimited Start your day free trial.
  6. O my father Lyrics. 1. This is my Father's world. And to my listening ears. All nature sings, and round me rings. The music of the spheres. This is my Father's world: I rest me in the thought. Of.
  7. OH MY BELOVED FATHER (based on "O Mio Babbino Caro" by Puccini & Forzano) (Giacamo Puccini (m) Giovacchio Forzano (orig l) Archie Pitt (Eng l added ) as recorded by Gracie Fields with The Wardour Singers & Robert Farnon & his Concert Orchestra OH my beloved father.
  8. O my Father, thou that dwellest In the high and glorious place, When shall I regain thy presence And again behold thy face?

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