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Dame agua

Junto al pozo el Señor enseñaba

Author: Richard Blanchard; Translator: Ruth Ann Flower
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Author: Richard Blanchard

Richard Blanchard Born at Chungking (now Chongqing) China to Methodist missionary parents, they returned to the U S, and lived in IN and NC. In his teens he moved from Wolcottville, IN, to Tryon, NC, bringing his family with him. In his senior year of high-school he worked at a bank. He saved his money, buying war bonds, and eventually purchased lakefront property on Lake Conway in FL. He attended Davidson College for a year, then enlisted in the U S Navy. He received a medical discharge and entered Mercer University, Macon, GA. In 1946 he married Anne Carlton of Oxford, GA, who attended Wesleyan University. They had three children: Richard, Jr, Carol Ann, and Emily. After graduating from Mercer, he enrolled at Candler School of Theology at… Go to person page >

Translator: Ruth Ann Flower

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Text Information

First Line: Junto al pozo el Señor enseñaba
Title: Dame agua
English Title: Like the woman at the well, I was seeking
Author: Richard Blanchard
Translator: Ruth Ann Flower
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Dame agua, el agua viva
Copyright: © 1959, ren. 1988, Word Music


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Praise y Adoración #191b

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