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Not only where God's free winds blow

Author: Shepherd Knapp

Born: September 8, 1873, New York, New York. Died: January 11, 1946. Knapp attended Columbia College (graduated 1894) and Yale College (BD 1897). He served at the First Congregational Church in Southington, Connecticut (1897-1900); the Brick Presbyterian Church in New York City (assistant pastor, 1901-03); and the Central Congregational Church, Worcester, Massachusetts (1908-36). His works include: History of the Brick Presbyterian Church, 1908 On the Edge of the Storm, 1921 Old Joe and Other Vesper Stories, 1922 The Liberated Bible: The Old Testament, 1941 --www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

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First Line: Not only where God's free winds blow
Author: Shepherd Knapp



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