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At the Place of the Sea

Have you come to the Red Sea place in your life

Author: Annie Johnson Flint
Tune: [Have you come to the Red Sea place in your life]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Author: Annie Johnson Flint

Born: December 24, 1866, Vineland, New Jersey. Died: September 8, 1932, Clifton Springs, New York. Buried: Clifton Springs, New York. The biographical account of poetess/hymn-writer Annie Johnson Flint (1866-1932) is a story of both heartbreak and triumph. Born on Christmas Eve in the small town of Vineland, New Jersey, she was welcomed by Eldon and Jean Johnson as their greatest earthly gift. Three years later, little Annie would lose her mother, who died as she gave birth to Annie‚Äôs baby sister. Mr. Johnson, who himself was suffering from an incurable disease, willed the children to the Flint family who would bring them up in the Baptist faith. It was during a revival meeting at the age of 8 that the Spirit of God brought Annie‚… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Have you come to the Red Sea place in your life
Title: At the Place of the Sea
Author: Annie Johnson Flint
Language: English
Publication Date: 1931
Copyright: © 1931 by W. M. Runyan

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Audio

Radio Songs and Choruses of the Gospel No. 1 #26

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