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En el hogar do nunca habrá

Author: William Henry Bellamy

William Henry Bellamy United Kingdom 1800-1866 Considering his many works, there is little personal information about his life. He was referenced as the Secretary to the National Club, a private men's club for Christians of different backgrounds. Bellamy wrote popular music and ballads. He was a talented author, lyricist, and librettist. He wrote about a wide variety of life situations, often in narrative or humor form. His verses on the Book of Common Prayer numbered 88 pages. John Perry Go to person page >

Translator: Walton J. Brown

Used pseudonym Juan Marrón. Walton John Brown was the education director of the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide. He worked in the United States, Argentina, Brazil and Cuba. Dianne Shapiro from obituary Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: En el hogar do nunca habrá
English Title: A home where changes never come
Translator: Walton J. Brown (1961)
Author: William Henry Bellamy
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Velad y esperad al Salvador
Copyright: Tr. © Walton J. Brown

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Himnario Adventista del Séptimo Día #317

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