Entenderemos

Translator: Francisco Cook

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Author: W. B. Stevens

William Buel Stevens was born in 1862 in the Lawnridge community of Scotland County Missouri. His father, Buel Stevens was arrested along with a group of 80 “German Methodist," charged with mutiny in 1862. Buel was one of three soldiers made examples of and sent to the federal prison in Alton, IL; but all three were returned to service after appeals after 6 months in prison. William's uncle died suddenly of heart disease at 48 and his 17 year old son died the same way a couple of years later. This would have happened in Stevens’ late teens. William Buel Stevens and his wife became sanctified and joined the Church of God Holiness. They spent a few years as traveling tent evangelists. They established two church communities. One in Queen… Go to person page >

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First Line: Cuando tentado, yo he deseado
Title: Entenderemos
Author: W. B. Stevens (1937)
Translator: Francisco Cook
Meter: 10.9.10.9 with refrain
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Entenderemos nuestras angustias
Copyright: © 1937 Stamps-Baxter Music, admin. Singspiration Music; Trad. ©1954, ren. 1982 Singspiration Music.

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