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In Judea long ago, Jesus came his love to show

In Judea long ago, Jesus came his love to show

Author: George W Cooke
Tune: [In Judea long ago]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Author: George W Cooke

George William Cooke was born in Yorkshire, England in 1884 and died in Jamestown, New York in 1951. He was the author of "Joy in My Heart" which was copyrighted in 1926 (but not renewed). At that time he was living in Wilmington, Delaware. He was a minister and associated with a group called Gospel Crusaders which was associated with the Methodist Church. He ran the Delmarva Camp, a Methodist camp that held gospel meetings and revivals. He was later minister of Methodist churches in Buffalo and Rochester New York. Dianne Shapiro from research done by Richard L. Green Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In Judea long ago, Jesus came his love to show
Author: George W Cooke
Refrain First Line: His blood can never lose its saving power

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Glad Tidings in Song #d35

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Glad Tidings in Song #69

Gospel Crusade Hymns #d52

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Tabernacle Hymns No. 2 #223

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