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Think on these things

O child of God's love have you suffered defeat

Author: Mabel J. Camp
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Mabel J. Camp

The Cyber Hymnal™, citing Hustad, Don­ald Paul, Dic­tion­a­ry-Hand­book to Hymns for the Liv­ing Church; Car­ol Stream, Il­li­nois: Hope Pub­lish­ing Com­pa­ny, 1978, pp. 216-17, says:     Born: No­vem­ber 25, 1871, Cha­nute, Kan­sas.      Died: May 25, 1937, Chi­ca­go, Il­li­nois.      A bank­er’s daugh­ter, gift­ed pi­an­ist and sing­er, Ma­bel went to a girls’ school in Steu­ben­ville, Ohio. She mar­ried law­yer Nor­man H. Camp, and they be­came Chris­tians to­ge­ther at one of Dwight Moo­dy’s Bi­ble Un­ion class­es taught by Wil­liam New­ell. She and her hus­band were mem­bers of the Moody Me­mor­i­al… Go to person page >

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First Line: O child of God's love have you suffered defeat
Title: Think on these things
Author: Mabel J. Camp
Copyright: Public Domain

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Hymns for His Praise No. 2. Rev. ed. #d115

Pilgrim Songs for the Homeward Jounrey #d13

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