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How's your soul today

Some people say, I've been converted

Author: Frank M. Graham
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Frank M. Graham

Born: March 1, 1859, Birmingham, Illinois. Died: August 25, 1931, Greensboro, Georgia. Buried: Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Greensboro, Georgia. Graham was an ordained minister in the Wesleyan (Methodist) Church and served as District Superintendent in northern Georgia from around 1895 to about 1915. He was one of the founders of what is now Southern Wesleyan University at Central, South Carolina. © The Cyber Hymnal™ (www.hymntime.com/tch) Go to person page >

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First Line: Some people say, I've been converted
Title: How's your soul today
Author: Frank M. Graham
Refrain First Line: But how's your soul today
Copyright: Public Domain

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Songs of Pentecostal Power #d107

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