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O shut not your heart to the gospel

O shut not your heart to the gospel

Author: E. W. Chapman
Published in 10 hymnals

Author: E. W. Chapman

Anzentia Igene (Angie) Perry Chapman, 1849-1889. Born near Lansing, MI, Angie was the wife of Free Methodist minister, Edwin W. Chapman. They had three children. She helped on his evangelism tours and rural preaching circuits. They worked in Sparta, MI, and helped found the first Free Methodist church in Grand Rapids, MI. She also wrote hymn lyrics. In 1888 they followed an evangelistic tour of Kansas, and them moved to Isabella County, MI. She died in Mt. Pleasant, MI. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O shut not your heart to the gospel
Author: E. W. Chapman
Refrain First Line: The light of the gospel is Jesus
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 10 of 10)

Beulah Bells #d79

Celestial Songs for all Purposes #d84

Down at the Cross #d233

Go Ye Therefore No. 3 #d47

Gospel Voices #d82

Ministry of Song #d85

Our Cumberland Presbyterian Hymnal #d243

Resurrected Songs prepared for the Church #d168

Tidings of the Cross #d166

Zion's Praise #d71

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