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The Parousia

In the crimson tinted morning

Author: A. H. Ericsson
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: A. H. Ericsson

Ericcson, August Hjalmar. (Vesträs, Sweden, June 2, 1873--November 9, 1936, Littleton, New Hampshire). He came to the United States as a young sailor in 1891. He worked at various jobs in southern Maine until his conversion in 1898. He studied his Bible while driving a bakery wagon, and began preaching in one-room schools around Biddeford and Kennebunk, Maine. On October 4, 1899, he married Lydia May West by whom he had three children. On the day following his wedding, he was ordained in Westbrook, Maine, as an Advent Christian minister. He held pastorates in that denomination at Oxford, Maine, 1899-1902; Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, 1901-1908; Whitman, Massachusetts, 1908-1915; Littleton, New Hampshire, 1915 until his death, also preaching on S… Go to person page >

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First Line: In the crimson tinted morning
Title: The Parousia
Author: A. H. Ericsson

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The Golden Sheaf No. 2 #110

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