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A Call To Faithfulness
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A Call To Faithfulness

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Melody Bober
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade Early Advanced
Catalog # 36559

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A Call To Faithfulness Arranged by Melody Bober. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 36559, UPC: 038081418964)

Twelve inspiring hymns, which vary from expressive meditation to joyous exultation, include approximate performance times making them easy to incorporate into services. Titles: Be Still and Know, with Day by Day * Come, O Thou Traveler Unknown * Faith Is the Victory * Faith of Our Fathers * Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken * Have Faith in God, My Heart, with O, for a Faith That Will Not Shrink * I Know Whom I Have Believed * My Faith Has Found a Resting Place * My Faith Looks Up to Thee * Once to Every Man and Nation * The Solid Rock * Victory in Jesus.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BE STILL AND KNOW, WITH DAY BY DAY  
COME, O THOU TRAVELER UNKNOWN  
FAITH IS THE VICTORY  
FAITH OF OUR FATHERS  
GLORIOUS THINGS OF THEE ARE SPOKEN  
HAVE FAITH IN GOD MY/O FOR A FAITH THAT  
I KNOW WHOM I HAVE BELIEVED  
MY FAITH HAS FOUND A RESTING PLACE  
MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THEE  
ONCE TO EVERY MAN AND NATION  
SOLID ROCK, THE  
VICTORY IN JESUS  

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