Albert Allen Ketchum

Short Name: Albert Allen Ketchum
Full Name: Ketchum, Albert Allen, 1894-
Birth Year: 1894

Little is known about Albert Allen Ketchum, except that he was once a student at Moody Bible Institute, in Chicago, and lived at one time in Long Beach, California. While attending Moody in the early 1920′s, he wrote the words and music for a gospel song called, "Why Do I Sing About Jesus?" It was one of 12 or 15 songs he submitted to Harry Dixon Clarke for publication.

--wordwisehymns.com/2010/02/12/

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In the 1940′s, Ketchum was associated with Delco Products Co. in Los Angeles, CA, and lived in nearby Long Beach, but little else is known about him, including the time and place of his death, other than that he flourished in the early twentieth century.

--hymnstudiesblog.wordpress.com/2009/08/13


Texts by Albert Allen Ketchum (16)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
在我深處充滿喜樂,主己救我脫罪惡 (Zài wǒ shēn chù chōngmǎn xǐlè, zhǔ jǐ jiù wǒ tuō zuì'è)Albert A. Ketchum (Author)Chinese2
A poor and wretched sinnerA. A. K. (Author)
As a companion, there's no better friendA. A. K. (Author)
Days so dark had beenAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)
Deep in my heart there's a gladnessAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)English26
Jesus saves me, keeps me each dayAlbert A. Ketchum (Author)English2
Lead me, lead me, O my SaviorAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)
My Savior controlleth my every wayA. A. Ketchum (Author (Theme))
Now our eyes are often dimAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)English1
Often we hear from the sinnerAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)
Some day, in your heart, you're going to need HimAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)
Suena en mi ser dulce cantoAlbert A. Ketchum (Author)Spanish2
The Christian life is warfare, A struggle day by dayA. A. Ketchum (Author (Theme))
There is One who promises to lead youAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)English2
When the friends of life have failed meAlbert A. Ketchum (Author)
Why do I sing about JesusAlbert Allen Ketchum (Author)
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