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When the Lord comes into your heart

Every cloud will roll away

Author: Max M. Morris
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Max M. Morris

Morris, Max Morgan. (Talladega, Alabama, May 12, 1933-- ). Church of God (Cleveland, Tenn.). Member of the National Church Music Committee of the Church of God. Also member of Music Selection Committee for Tennessee Music and Printing Company. Evangelist. Received B.A. from Lee College and M.A. (Ed.) from George Peabody, Nashville. Served as associate pastor for: East Chattanooga, Tenn.; Meridian Street, Nashville, Tenn.; and Tremont Avenue, Greenville, South Carolina. Pastor, Lake Worth, Florida. Most popular song: "I'll Thank Him, I'll Praise Him." --Bob J. Neil, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Every cloud will roll away
Title: When the Lord comes into your heart
Author: Max M. Morris
Refrain First Line: Your life he will change



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