|Short Name:||A. A. Armen|
|Full Name:||Armen, A. A. (Asa A.)|
Born: November 16, 1854, Maine.
Buried: Hartsville College Cemetery, Hartsville, Indiana.
Pseudonym: Asa Arme
He was a minister.
|Texts by A. A. Armen (15)||As||Instances|
|Fear not, little flock, though your numbers||Asa (Author)||2|
|For the love of God's only Son||Dr. Arm. (Author)||2|
|I dreamed of the land of the pure and the bright||A. A. Armen (Author)||2|
|In the secret of thy presence Let me hide||A. A. A. (Author)||2|
|In this world of sin and sorrow There are burdens we must bear||A. A. A. (Author)||2|
|Lead me, O my Savior, lead me into paths of truth||Asa A. Armen (Author)||4|
|My heart has found a resting place||A. A. Armen (Author)||6|
|Nicht ferne vom Reiche Gottes||Asa A. Armen (Author)||1|
|Not far, not far from the kingdom||Asa A. Armen (Author)||2|
|O slumberer, awake, And fly from sin's dark night||A. A. A. (Author)||2|
|Open your heart to Jesus, He's calling||A. A. Armen (Author)||4|
|"Take up thy cross and follow me, If thou wouldst my disciple be;"||Dr. Arm. (Author)||2|
|There comes a cry from o'er the sea||Asa A. Armen (Author)||2|
|There's many a stranger on life's weary way||Asa A. Armen (Author)||2|
|Though thoughtlessly I've broken the law||A. A. A. (Author)||2|