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My heart was burdened long

My heart was burdened long

Author: U. F. Swengel
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: U. F. Swengel

Swengel, Uriah F. (Middleberg, Pennsylvania, October 28, 1846--March 8, 1921, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania). One of four brothers who entered the ministry. Licensed to preach 1869 in Evangelical Association. Elected bishop in 1910, served to 1918. Assistant editor of Sunday School Literature, 1884-1887; Editor in United Evangelical Church, 1894-1898; Editor of The Keystone League of Christian Endeavor Journal (K.L.C.E. Journal); Secretary of S.S. and K.L.C.E. Managing Board, 1891-1902; President of S.S. and K.L.C.E., 1902-1910; Pioneer in leadership training, wrote corresponding text; Trustee in International Christian Endeavor Union; Pioneer in Brotherhood movement. --Robert S. Wilson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: My heart was burdened long
Author: U. F. Swengel
Refrain First Line: The voice of the blood is speaking

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Hymn Book of the United Evangelical Church #695

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