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My wonderful Friend

I have a friend who is dearer than all

Author: Leon H. Ellis
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Leon H. Ellis

Ellis, Leon Henry. (Chattanooga, Tennessee, December 1, 1929-- ). Church of God. Graduate of Lee College and Luther Rice Seminary. Serves as Christian Education Director for the Churches of God in Maryland and Northern California. Pastorates include: Pompano Beach, Florida; Southside Estates, Jacksonville, Florida; and Concord, Georgia. Served on the National Music Committee of the Church of God. Most popular songs: "Win the Lost at Any Cost" and "For Me to Live Is Christ." --Bob J. Neil, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: I have a friend who is dearer than all
Title: My wonderful Friend
Author: Leon H. Ellis
Refrain First Line: Glory, O glory, O glory to God

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Echoes of Calvary #d28

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