Songs from John 3:7

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John 3:7 (Expository) | Ye Must Be Born Again

 | Songwriters: Charles Naylor

John 3:7 (Expository) | Ye Must Be Born Again

 | Songwriters: J. R. Beveridge

John 3:7 (Reference) | Christ Still Lives

 | Artists: Carolina Crossmen
Release Year: 2012
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Carolina Crossmen on Promises (2012).

John 3:7 (Reference) | How Solemn Are the Words

 | Songwriters: Albert Midlane
 | Artists:
Songwriters: Albert Midlane
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Genre: Hymns
Hymnal/Album: Sacred Songs No. 1

John 3:7 (Reference) | Whistling In The Dark

 | Artists: Bob Bennett
Artists: Bob Bennett
Genre: CCM
Release Year: 1991
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Bob Bennett on First Things First (1991).

John 3:7 (Quote) | Amen, Praise the Lord

 | Songwriters: Debby Kerner
Songwriters: Debby Kerner
Genre: CCM
Release Year: 1971

John 3:7 (Quote) | You Must Be Born Again (John 3:7)

 | Artists: The Wonder Kids
Release Year: 2009
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by The Wonder Kids on 33 Bible Verses for Big Kids, Volume 2 (2009).