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He knows and cares

When the road is rough and the way is dim

Author: Paul H. Epps
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Paul H. Epps

Born: March 20, 1914, Booneville, Arkansas. Died: June 14, 2002, Dallas, Texas. Buried: Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple, Texas. Epps lived in Muskogee, Oklahoma, 1923-45. He studied at West Texas University in Canyon, Texas, and the Hartford School of Music in Arkansas. He studied voice under W. W. Combs, and was associated with L. O. Sanderson in Music Normals starting in 1945. He taught in music camps at Lubbock Christian College and the Firm Foundation Music Camp; at the Camp Hensel Music School at Travis Peak, Texas, for over 25 years, and directed singing in meetings with Gospel preachers such as Jimmy Allen, Mack Lyon, George Benson, John Bannister, and Willard Collins. In 1945, he began serving as a minister, educational director and… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When the road is rough and the way is dim
Title: He knows and cares
Author: Paul H. Epps
Refrain First Line: He knows from his throne above
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