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Where God and the Angels Are

Author: L. W. Mansfield

Lewis William Mansfield USA 1816-1898. Born in Kent, CT, he was a woolen mill worker. He was became an author and poet, usually writing on Christian themes. His five books include: “The morning watch – a narrative” (1850); “Up-country letters” (1852); “Country margins and rambles of a journalist” (1855); “The outlines of the mental plan, and preparation therein for the precepts and doctrines of Christ” (1883); “Traces of the plan of our being so far as revealed..” (1884). Little information about his personal life was found. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There may be stormy days
Title: Where God and the Angels Are
Author: L. W. Mansfield
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Where God and the angels
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gospel Melodies New and Old #153

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Gospel Songs #27

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Gospel Tent Songs #27

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Male Chorus No. 2 #80

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Royal Hymnal #109

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