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O Bring Your Loved Ones

How can I meet Him without my loved ones

Author: John R. Rice
Tune: [How can I meet Him without my loved ones]
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Author: John R. Rice

John R. Rice was born in Cooke County, Texas, December 11, 1895. Pastor of Baptist churches in Dallas and Shamrock, Texas, Dr. Rice started about a dozen others from his primary work as an evangelist. In the 1930s and 1940s, he held huge citywide crusades in Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo, Seattle and other major Metropolitan centers. While pastor in Dallas in 1934, he founded THE SWORD OF THE LORD. The first printing, September 28, 1934, ran 5,000 copies which were handed out on the streets of Dallas, Texas. In 1940 the Sword of the Lord was moved to Wheaton, Illinois where it remained for the next 23 years. In 1963 the opportunity came to purchase the present location on Bridge Avenue in downtown Murfreesboro, Tennessee. For 21 year… Go to person page >

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First Line: How can I meet Him without my loved ones
Title: O Bring Your Loved Ones
Author: John R. Rice
Refrain First Line: O bring your loved ones, Bring them to Jesus
Publication Date: 1989
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1989.

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Soul-stirring Songs and Hymns (Rev. ed.) #371

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