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A servir a Cristo

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1 A servir a Cristo sin temor iré,
donde él me dirija mi inseguro pie;
Sin su compañía todo es turbación,
mas si él me guía no tendré temor.

Con Jesús por doquier, sin temor iré,
Si Jesús me guía nada temeré.

2 Con Jesús por guía dondequiera voy;
caminando en pos de él seguro estoy.
Y aunque padre y madre me hayan de faltar,
Jesucristo nunca me abandonará. [Coro]

3 Dondequiera con Jesús, en tierra y mar,
quiero ser su fiel testigo sin cesar,
Y si por desierto mi camino va,
un seguro albergue mi Jesús será. [Coro]

Source: Celebremos Su Gloria #500

Translator: Anonymous

In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries. Go to person page >

Author: Jessie Brown Pounds

Jessie Brown Pounds was born in Hiram, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland on 31 August 1861. She was not in good health when she was a child so she was taught at home. She began to write verses for the Cleveland newspapers and religious weeklies when she was fifteen. After an editor of a collection of her verses noted that some of them would be well suited for church or Sunday School hymns, J. H. Fillmore wrote to her asking her to write some hymns for a book he was publishing. She then regularly wrote hymns for Fillmore Brothers. She worked as an editor with Standard Publishing Company in Cincinnati from 1885 to 1896, when she married Rev. John E. Pounds, who at that time was a pastor of the Central Christian Church in Indianapolis. A memorab… Go to person page >

Author (st. 3): Helen C. A. Dixon

Dixon, Helen Cadbury Alexander (b. 1877, Birmingham, Eng.; d. Mar. 1, 1969, Birmingham, Eng.) was the daughter of Richard Cadbury, a prominent British industrialist and philanthropist who was a member of the Quaker fellowship and keenly interested in evangelical mission work; attended the university and spent some time in Germany, studying music and language; in 1904 married Charles M. Alexander, songleader with evangelist R. A. Torrey; traveled with her husband and assisted him in his worldwide ministry with both Torrey and J. Wilbur Chapman (q.v.) until his death in 1920; assisted J. Kennedy Maclean in writing the biography, Charles M. Alexander: A Romance of Song and Soul-Winning, 1921; in 1924 married Amsji C. Dixon. Don Hustad, DNAH… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: A servir a Cristo sin temor iré
Title: A servir a Cristo
English Title: Anywhere with Jesus I can safely go
Author: Jessie Brown Pounds (1887)
Author (st. 3): Helen C. A. Dixon (1915)
Translator: Anonymous
Meter: with refrain
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Con Jesús por doquier
Copyright: Public Domain


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Celebremos Su Gloria #500

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