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Once I was lost, dying in sin

Once I was lost, dying in sin

Author: Arthur A. Westbrook
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Arthur A. Westbrook

Arthur Alan Westbrook was born in 1887 in Arkansas. He was a singer, teacher principal, Post Master General, and editor of a local newspaper in McCurtain County. He loved music and wrote many hymns. He was active in his church and touched many lives in his community. He died in Idabel, Oklahoma in 1965. Dianne Shapiro, from grand daughter Charley Brook Ayers, from comment in Hymn Studies Blog (https://hymnstudiesblog.wordpress.com/2009/08/05/quotwhen-he-comes-in-glory-by-and-byquot/) accessed 8/2/2018) Go to person page >

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First Line: Once I was lost, dying in sin
Author: Arthur A. Westbrook
Refrain First Line: Wonderful peace Jesus bestows


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Triumphant Hosannas #d93

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