A los sedientos, venid

Translator: Honorato T. Reza

Born: Oc­to­ber 27, 1912, Alahuixtlan, Guer­re­ro, Mex­i­co. Died: 2000, Kansas City. Reza’s ed­u­ca­tion be­gan at age six in the home of a Pro­test­ant pas­tor, and con­tin­ued in a board­ing school in Tel­o­lo­a­pan, and lat­er in Mex­i­co City. Re­za be­came a Chris­tian at age 11 af­ter hear­ing a sermon by Ruth Del­ga­do. He turned away from the faith as a teen, but was re­con­ciled in 1930. He grad­u­at­ed from the Bi­ble In­sti­tute in Mex­i­co Ci­ty in 1935, and took his first pas­tor­ate in Ma­tí­as Ro­me­ro, Oa­xa­ca. Reza en­rolled at the Un­i­ver­si­ty of Pas­a­de­na, California, in 1937, re­ceived his ba­che­lor’s de­gree in 1939, and re­turned to Mex… Go to person page >

Author: Lucy J. Rider

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First Line: A los sedientos, venid a las aguas
Title: A los sedientos, venid
Author: Lucy J. Rider (1884)
Translator: Honorato T. Reza
Meter: 11.10.11.10 with refrain
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Aguas tendrá el que vive sediento
Copyright: Trad. © 1962, ren. 1990 Lillenas Publishing Co.

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