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The Lord's prayer

Dear Lord, who art wherever love abideth

Author: Orrin L. Keener
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Orrin L. Keener

Orrin Louis Keener Keener was educated at the Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio (AB 1917, AM 1926, PhD 1956). In World War I, he served in the Army medical department in France. Later, he was a Professor of Social Studies at Berea College, Kentucky. In 1969, he was ordained a minister in the United Church of Christ (Congregational). His works include: Jesus’ Gospel of Love: A Spiritual Interpretation in the Language of a Layman (Edwards Brothers, 1951) Struggle for Equal Opportunity, Dirt Farmers and the American Country Life Association (Vantage Press, 1961) Songs from the Scriptures (Berea College Press, 1964) --www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

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First Line: Dear Lord, who art wherever love abideth
Title: The Lord's prayer
Author: Orrin L. Keener

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