There is no power, nor skill, nor art, can show

There is no power, nor skill, nor art, can show

Author: B. Carradine
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Author: B. Carradine

Beverly Francis Carradine (April 4, 1848 - April 22, 1931) was an American Methodist minister, and a leading evangelist for the holiness movement. He was a productive author, writing primarily on the subject of sanctification. Beverly Francis Carradine was born on April 4, 1848, on Altamont Plantation in Yazoo County, Mississippi. Carradine was the sixth of nine children, and fourth son of Mary Caroline Hewitt Carradine (born June 5, 1819 in Washington, D.C.; died 1881 in Yazoo City, Mississippi) and Henry Francis Carradine (born June 7, 1808 in Yazoo City, Mississippi; died March 8, 1854), a planter. The Carradine family moved to Yazoo City in 1852. 1n 1865 Carradine, aged 16, enlisted in Wood's Regiment in the Confederate Cavalry… Go to person page >

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First Line: There is no power, nor skill, nor art, can show
Author: B. Carradine
Refrain First Line: Search me, O God, reveal my soul

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