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Savior, what love was thine

Savior, what love was thine

Author: F. M. Lamb
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: F. M. Lamb

Lamb, Frank M. (Poland, Maine, January 30, 1858--December 24, 1945, Bath, Maine). Baptist. Studied voice in Boston, 1877-1880. Entered evangelism. Led singing in evangelistic services With Rev. C.C. Frost. Conducted singing at conventions and special meetings in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Minnesota, and Missouri. After serving as assistant pastor in Lowell, Mass., he was ordained at Mount Vernon, N.Y., Maine, and Massachusetts before retiring in 1937, after serving the Baptist church at Mechanic Falls for 13 years. He composed several hymns. His earliest was "What is Thy Life?" suggested by James 4:14. Probably his best loved was "The Bird with the Broken Wing." Other hymns include "Is My Name There," "All, All for Me," "Glad… Go to person page >

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First Line: Savior, what love was thine
Author: F. M. Lamb
Refrain First Line: All, all for me

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Bells of Heaven #d335

Temple Chimes #d219

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