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I am but a child, yet Jesus dies

I am but a child, yet Jesus dies

Author: J. J. Lowe
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: J. J. Lowe

John J Lowe. He was a professor who sang duets with his wife at evangelical meetings. One such meeting at Ocean Grove, NJ, was noted (8/10/1891) on the Hymntime website. His name is also associated with Philadelphia, PA, and in conjunction with other gospel song writers of his period in the Philadelphia area. John Perry  Go to person page >

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First Line: I am but a child, yet Jesus dies
Author: J. J. Lowe
Copyright: Public Domain

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