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¡Todo ya bien está!

Author: William Clayton

Born: Ju­ly 17, 1814, Pen­worth­am, Lan­ca­shire, Eng­land. Died: De­cem­ber 4, 1879, Salt Lake Ci­ty, Utah. Buried: Salt Lake Ci­ty, Utah. Clayton worked as a miss­ion­a­ry in Eng­land be­fore mov­ing to Amer­i­ca in 1840. He was ci­ty trea­sur­er in Nau­voo, Il­li­nois; clerk of the Nau­voo Tem­ple; mem­ber of the Nau­voo Brass Band; Jo­seph Smith’s pri­vate se­cre­ta­ry un­til 1844; and one of the group that moved to Utah with Mor­mon lead­er Brig­ham Young. He lat­er played se­cond vi­o­lin in the Salt Lake The­a­ter or­ches­tra. --www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

Alterer: Joseph F. Green, Jr.

Joseph Franklin Green was born in 1924 in Waco, Texas. He obtained a B.S from Texas Wesleyan College, an M.A. from Baylor University and B.D., M.D. and Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served in the Army during World War II, and then pastored Baptist churches in Texas and Colorado. For thirty years he was an editor at the Baptist School Board (LifeWay), and wrote many books and articles. He was also editor for the Grand Forks Herald in North Dakota, and then a pastor in the Presbyterian churches in Grandin and Hunter, ND. He died in Nashville in 2013. Dianne Shapiro, from obituary, "The Tennessean, 14 Apr 2013, Sun, p. 86 Go to person page >

Translator: Juan D. Yoder

(no biographical information available about Juan D. Yoder.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Santos venid, no hay causa de temer
Title: ¡Todo ya bien está!
English Title: Come, come, ye saints, no toil nor labor fear
Author: William Clayton
Alterer: Joseph F. Green, Jr.
Translator: Juan D. Yoder
Language: Spanish
Copyright: © 1960, renovado 1988, Broadman Press. Traducido y usado con permiso.

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