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Whether you're simply looking for a MIDI file to hum along to, or are looking for the history of a author or composer, we hope that this semi-definitive list of Christian hymns is as much  blessing to you as these hymns have been for us.

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Here are some interesting stats:

  • 783 Hymn lyrics & stories listed
  • 319 Author biographies told
  • 3 Composers lives described
  • 109 Hymnals detailed
  • 598 files uploaded
  • 5,660 page edits