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God has not forgotten you

God has not forgotten you

Author: M. Homer Cummings
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: M. Homer Cummings

M. Homer Cummings was born near Pickaway, August 23, 1890, and was graduated from Trevecca College, Nashville, Tennessee, in 1909. After spending a year in the University of Chattanooga, he entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1911. Since then he has written more than sixty hymns, the more popular being these: "My Lord and King," "There is a Gladness," "What Will You Do with Jesus?" "Come Where the Blessings Fall," The Gospel According to You," "Jesus Is the One You Need." Others appear in "Echoes from Beulah," published by the author at Ripley, W. Va. Mr. Cummings has also written "You Are My Sweetheart," a secular song that has been well received by the music public. His parents are H. M. Cummings and wife, Pickaway… Go to person page >

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First Line: God has not forgotten you
Author: M. Homer Cummings

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Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Let Everybody Sing #d54

Sing Hosannas (a revised and enlarged ed. of Let Everybody Sing) #d60

Spiritual Songs #d53

Spiritual Songs #d54

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