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This is a home, so we are told

This is a home, so we are told

Author: H. C. Finley
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: H. C. Finley

H. C. (Hiram Cleveland) Finley was born in Sharp County, Arkansas April 2, 1884. his parents were Stephen and Mary Amelia Moody Finley. In 1909 he was married to Lucy Edna Mason, daughter of a music teacher. To them were born six children. He preached and taught singing schools in several states for more than 40 years. He has had songs published in several books. His most popular song is "There's Only One Way." Other songs are "No Wonder You're Sad," "Sinner, Put Your Trust in Jesus," and Glory and Honor Be To Christ." He died February 17, 1970. His wife died June 26, 1976. Rhonda McDonald, great grand-daughter (email) Go to person page >

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First Line: This is a home, so we are told
Author: H. C. Finley
Refrain First Line: If we let Jesus guide

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Melodies of Love #d109

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