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When Jesus calls your name

When Jesus calls your name

Author: Anna P. Bowen
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Anna P. Bowen

Born: Ap­ril 22, 1880, Mar­ble­head, Mass­a­chu­setts. Died: No­vem­ber 10, 1947, Wil­son Me­mor­i­al Hos­pi­tal, John­son City, New York. Buried: Ri­ver­hurst Cem­e­tery, End­well, New York. Born to Da­nish im­mi­grant par­ents, Bowen was known as a po­et and church lead­er. She be­longed to the First Meth­od­ist Church in En­di­cott, New York, and taught Sun­day school class­es for 50 years. Lyrics: Does Your Life Ring Out for Je­sus? I Can­not See the Way He Leads On That Great Day of Judg­ment Sing Me the Song of Re­dem­ption Someone Be­held Me, a Soul Lost in Sin There’s a Mes­s­age Com­ing Clear When I Can­not See the Sun­light When Je­sus C… Go to person page >

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First Line: When Jesus calls your name
Author: Anna P. Bowen
Refrain First Line: It's coming, the judgment day



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