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F. A. Graves

F. A. Graves
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Short Name: F. A. Graves
Full Name: Graves, F. A.
Birth Year: 1856
Death Year: 1927

Born: July 23, 1856, Williamstown, Massachusetts.
Died: January 2, 1927, Zion City, Illinois.
Buried: Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Frederick Arthur Graves, Orphaned at age 9, Graves was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was 14. At age 21, he moved to Nobles County, Minnesota, and it appeared for a while that his seizures had stopped. Grateful for having been healed, he began to serve the American Sunday School Union. He studied the Bible and music in Chicago, Illinois, and Northfield, Massachusetts. Upon return to Minneapolis and hearing evangelist John Alexander Dowie, Graves experienced permanent healing, which provided a backdrop for his Gospel songs. Later, he moved to Zion City, Illinois, where he lived the rest of his life. All of his children attended the Central Bible Institute in Springfield, Missouri. Graves himself was ordained an Assemblies of God minister in 1918. His works include:

The New Gift (Zion City, Illinois: 1906)

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Texts by F. A. Graves (29)sort descendingAsInstances
يا ما أعجب حب الفاديF. A. Graves (Author)1
Beautiful land beyond the skyF. A. Graves (Author)2
Blessed Jesus, kind and tenderF. A. Graves (Author)2
Brother, are you troubled in your heart todayF. A. Graves (Author)6
Hark, the heavenly voices singF. A. Graves (Author)3
Hear ye the message that Jesus has givenF. A. Graves (Author)2
Ho, everyone that thirsteth, Come ye to the watersF. A. G. (Author)4
How much is our life like the oceanF. A. Graves (Author)2
Hungry, Lord, for thy word of truthF. A. G. (Author)7
In times when the flesh is so weak and frailF. A. Graves (Author)3
Jesus is keeping my soul in his loveF. A. Graves (Author)5
Lord, clasp my faltering hand in thineF. A. G. (Author)4
Lord, thy pitying eye can seeF. A. Graves (Author)3
Lord we come with morning songsF. A. Graves (Author)2
My Father has many dear childrenF. A. G. (Author)20
O mein Bruder, kennst du deinen HeilandF. A. Graves (Author)2
O my brother, do you know the SaviorF. A. G. (Author)68
Our Father in heaven, in our weakness we bowF. A. Graves (Author)2
Rejoice, rejoice, rejoice for the Lord is comingF. A. Graves (Author)2
There's a dear old home in the valleyF. A. Graves (Author)3
They came to that cityF. A. Graves (Author)2
This world is just a meeting placeF. A. Graves (Author)2
Toiling all night, but with nothing to showF. A. Graves (Author)2
What a wonderful, wonderful SaviorF. A. G. (Author)33
What, my friend, do you sayFrederick Arthur Graves (Author)1
When Abraham and Sarah had promised them a sonF. A. G. (Author)4
When out on life's oceanF. A. Graves (Author)3
Who are invited to the kingly feastF. A. Graves (Author)3
Who'll go Rockaway, ByelolandF. A. Graves (Author)2

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