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Cristo, Amigo das Crianças

Translator (st. 2): Antônio Almeida

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Author: Walter John Mathams

Mathams, Walter John, was born in London, Oct. 30, 1853. Early in life he went to sea; but on returning through Palestine to England he began to study for the Ministry. In 1874 he entered the Regent's Park Baptist College as a Student, and subsequently had a pastoral charge at Preston, Lancashire. In 1879, his health failing, he went for a time to Australia and other places. Returning to England, he became, in 1883, minister at Falkirk, Scotland, and in 1888, at Birmingham. Whilst a student, he published a small volume of hymns and poems as At Jesus' Feet, (1876). He is also the author of several religious books of a popular character, as: Fireside Parables, 1879; Sunday Parables, 1883, &c. His principal hymns are:— 1. Bright falls the… Go to person page >

Translator (st. 2): Maria Olinda Siqueira

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Translator (st. 1): Edith Ayers Allen

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Text Information

First Line: Cristo, amigo das crianças
Title: Cristo, Amigo das Crianças
English Title: Jesus, Friend of Little Children
Translator (st. 2): Maria Olinda Siqueira (1942)
Translator (st. 2): Antônio Almeida
Author: Walter John Mathams (1882)
Translator (st. 1): Edith Ayers Allen (1943)
Meter: 8.5.11 D
Language: Portuguese
Publication Date: 1991
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1991.

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Hinário para o Culto Cristão #162



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