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John R. Rice

John R. Rice
Wikipedia.org
Short Name: John R. Rice
Full Name: Rice, John R., 1895-1980
Birth Year: 1895
Death Year: 1980

Wikipedia Biography

John Robert Rice (December 11, 1895 – December 29, 1980) was a Baptist evangelist and pastor and the founding editor of The Sword of the Lord, an influential fundamentalist newspaper.

Texts by John R. Rice (22)sort descendingAsInstances
All my sins were laid on JesusJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Cast all your care on Him, He careth for youJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Come, dear Lord Jesus, for long we've been watchingJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Coming today? Today? YesJohn R. Rice (Author)2
How can I meet Him without my loved onesJohn R. Rice (Author)2
I remember the time when I first knew the SaviourJohn R. Rice (Author)2
I sing hallelujah that Jesus is comingJohn R. Rice (Author)2
I walked the path of pleasureJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Is there anything too hard for God to do?John R. Rice (Author)2
Jesus is here, Jesus is hereJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Jesus is such a SaviourJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Power, mighty pow'r Jesus promised from on highJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Safe wherever I goJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Should I, up in HeavenJohn R. Rice (Author)2
So little time! The harvest will be overJohn R. Rice (Author)2
Sorrow and sighing shall flee awayJohn R. Rice (Author)2
There are songs in the mountainsJohn R. Rice (Author)2
We say good-bye in partingJohn R. Rice (Author)2
We should pray the Lord of HarvestJohn R. Rice (Author)2
We'll never say goodbye in gloryJ. R. Rice (Author)3
What will you say to Jesus thenJohn R. Rice (Author)2
What words can I find to tell Jesus I love HimJohn R. Rice (Author)2

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