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Wonderful Guest

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Author: Louis P. Lehman

Louis Paul Lehman, 1914-1986 Born: September 12, 1914, Chicago, Illinois. Died: 1986, Washington, Pennsylvania. Buried: Beallsville Cemetery, Washington County, Pennsylvania. Lehman was something of a spiritual child prodigy: He accepted Christ at age 6, he began preaching at age 9, and by age 13, was authorized to perform marriages by the Probate Court of Ohio. At age 15, he founded the Franklin Gospel Tabernacle in Franklin, Pennsylvania, and began a radio ministry on station WLBL in Oil City, Pennsylvania, in 1929. Three years later, his family founded the Wheeling Gospel Tabernacle in Wheeling, West Virginia. Though he had little formal education, Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina, awarded Lehman a Doctor of… Go to person page >

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First Line: We have a Wonderful Guest at our house
Title: Wonderful Guest
Author: Louis P. Lehman
Language: English
Copyright: © 1955 by Manna Music, Inc.

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The New Church Hymnal #35

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