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This is the day (Roberts)

[This is the day (Roberts)]

Author: Leon Roberts
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Leon Roberts

Leon began his piano studies at the age of six with a local teacher he knew as "Mr. Ben." His grandmother, Mrs. Mary Bookman, became a religious mentor in the musical growth of her grandson. Being from a family of devout Baptists, Methodists and Pentecostals, he gained an integrated understanding of faith. He first learned skills of directing congregational worship at his mother's church, the First Apostolic Fire Baptized Holiness Church of Coatesville. It was there that he also had a deep personal encounter with Jesus Christ. His talents and strong faith in God were reflected in the musical groups that he formed and directed such as the "Voices of Love" and the "Jubali Movement of Southern Pennsylvania." Leon was equally talented dur… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: [This is the day (Roberts)]
Title: This is the day (Roberts)
Author: Leon Roberts
Source: Lead Me Guide Me (G.I.A. Publications, 1987)
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