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There's a Glad New Song

There's a glad new song ringing in my heart

Author: Albert C. Fisher
Tune: REDEEMING LOVE (Fisher)
Published in 5 hymnals

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Author: Albert C. Fisher

Born: March 10, 1886, New Berne, North Carolina. Died: February 6, 1946, Dallas, Texas. Buried: Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas. Fisher attended Fort Worth University and Polytechnic College, Fort Worth, Texas; Vanderbilt University; Southern Methodist University; and earned his Doctor of Divinity degree at Asbury College, Kentucky. He moved to Fort Worth in 1908, and for a decade served as a general evangelist for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. In World War I, he was a military chaplain. After the war, he worked in the East Oklahoma Conference and (beginning in 1944), the North Texas Conference. His works include: Best Revival Songs (Nashville, Tennessee: The Cokesbury Press, 1924) (music editor) © The Cybe… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There's a glad new song ringing in my heart
Title: There's a Glad New Song
Author: Albert C. Fisher
Meter: 10.8.10.8 with refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Of his love I shall ever sing
Copyright: © 1956 Broadman Press

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 2 of 2)
Audio

Baptist Hymnal 1991 #431

Great Songs of the Church (Revised) #469

Include 3 pre-1979 instances
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