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Por la mañana (At break of day)

Por la mañana yo dirijo (At break of day I raise my voice)

Author: Alfredo Colom; Translator: Mary B. Valencia
Tune: POR LA MAÑANA
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Author: Alfredo Colom

Alfredo Colom was a prolific songwriter from Guatemala. He held public office, but ruined his life with alcohol and was considering suicide when an indigenous Guatemalan Christian gave him a New Testament. Eventually he surrendered his life to Christ serving in music and evangelism on the radio and in travels throughout Central and South America. Footnote from Singing the New Testament, hymn #36 Go to person page >

Translator: Mary B. Valencia

(no biographical information available about Mary B. Valencia.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Por la mañana yo dirijo (At break of day I raise my voice)
Title: Por la mañana (At break of day)
Spanish Title: Por la mañana yo dirijo
Author: Alfredo Colom
Translator: Mary B. Valencia
Language: English; Spanish
Notes: *Original title: Pero Queda Cristo
Copyright: Translation ©1978, 1990 Mennonite World Conference

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