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Dulce, hermoso nombre de Jesús

Hay nombres que me encanta escuchar

Author: Lela B. Long; Translator: María I. Mateo de Gómez
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Lela B. Long

She’s an almost unknown personality, except for the song associated with her name. Perhaps that’s the way Lela B. Long wanted it…to be faceless, almost nameless, in favor of making His name more well-known. “Jesus Is the Sweetest Name I Know” must have been a statement her family and friends could remember her saying, but we don’t have to rely on any published biography to learn this. She recorded her opinion for us. What opinions do I have that I would want to survive me? Just any pontification probably wouldn’t last, but what makes Lela’s opinion notable is that it strikes a chord with us still today. There’s not much information on Lela B. Long, other than a record with the words she wrote that suggests the song was… Go to person page >

Translator: María I. Mateo de Gómez

(no biographical information available about María I. Mateo de Gómez.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Hay nombres que me encanta escuchar
Title: Dulce, hermoso nombre de Jesús
English Title: Jesus Is the Sweetest Name I Know
Author: Lela B. Long
Translator: María I. Mateo de Gómez
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Dulce, hermoso nombre de Jesús
Publication Date: 2016
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2016.

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