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Have you thought when you come to Jordan wide

Have you thought when you come to Jordan wide

Author: Ruth Caye Jones
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Ruth Caye Jones

Born: 1902, Wilmerding, Pennsylvania. Died: August 18, 1972, Erie, Pennsylvania. A self taught pianist and organist, Ruth married Bert Jones, and together they worked in the evangelism field. In 1948, they founded a radio ministry in Erie, Pennsylvania, broadcasting a weekly family devotional program from their home called "A Visit with the Jones." --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

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First Line: Have you thought when you come to Jordan wide
Author: Ruth Caye Jones
Refrain First Line: Will it be yes or no

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Let Us Sing #d19

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