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God giveth light to all

Author: Elizabeth C. Adams

Adams, Elizabeth C. (Mrs. Comfort A. Adams). Died April 10, 1953, Germantown, PA. Christian Scientist. Adams became a member of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston in 1920 and serves as a Christian Science practitioner 1938-1948. She was the author of three hymns, all written specifically for the 1932 revision of the Christian Science Hymnal. They are "Father, we thy loving children"; "God giveth light to all"; and "No eye hath seen, nor tongue declared." -Anastasia Van Burkalow, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: God giveth light to all
Author: Elizabeth C. Adams
Copyright: © 1932, by The Christian Science Board of Directors


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Christian Science Hymnal #70

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