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O, what am I doing for Jesus

From the bright realms of glory he came

Author: Louis Eisenbeis
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Louis Eisenbeis

Born: January 28, 1835, Germany. Died: 1917, West Chester, Pennsylvania. Buried: Green Mount Cemetery, West Chester, Pennsylvania. Son of Philip Eisenbeis and Elizabeth Ammon, Louis was a minister, and married Elizabeth Fell in 1878. His works include: The Amen Corner, and Other Poems, 1897 --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

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First Line: From the bright realms of glory he came
Title: O, what am I doing for Jesus
Author: Louis Eisenbeis
Refrain First Line: So gently he bore it for

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Gems of Praise (Choice Collection of Sacred Melodies) #d42

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