Logo de Manhã (De mañana, Dios) (At the Break of Day)

Translator (Spanish, st. 1): María Eugenia Cornou

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Translator (Spanish, st. 2 and refrain): Carlos Colón

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Author: Aristeu Pires Júnior

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Translator: Ralph Manuel

Rev. Ralph Manuel, Minister of Music Fresh from the tropical climes of Brazil, Ralph Manuel took on the mantle as HBC's Minister of Music in February 2004. Ralph and his family have quickly become an important part of the church family, reaching out to members and visitors with a message in music. A native of Oklahoma City, Ralph has also lived in Fort Worth, Texas; Walnut Ridge, Arkansas and Recife, Brazil. He received a Bachelor of Music degree from Oklahoma City University and a Masters of Church Music from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. For 24 years, Ralph and his wife Donna served as missionaries to Brazil. Ralph taught at North Brazil Baptist Theological Seminary and worked at the Imperial Baptist Church of… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Logo de manhã, quero te buscar (At the break of day, Lord, I seek your face)
Title: Logo de Manhã (De mañana, Dios) (At the Break of Day)
Portuguese Title: Log de manhã, quero te buscar
Author: Aristeu Pires Júnior (1990)
Translator: Ralph Manuel (1992)
Translator (Spanish, st. 1): María Eugenia Cornou
Translator (Spanish, st. 2 and refrain): Carlos Colón
Language: English; Portuguese; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Pois tu sabes bem (You know who I am)
Copyright: © 1980 Aristeu de Oliveira Pires Junior; Trans. © Ralph Manuel; English refrain tr. © 2019, GIA Publications, Inc.; Spanish tr. © 2019, GIA Publicaitons, Inc.; English verses tr. © 1992, Ralph Manuel



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