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When the shadows lengthen at the close of day

When the shadows lengthen at the close of day

Author: W. D. Jeffcoat
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: W. D. Jeffcoat

W.D. Jeffcoat is eminently qualified for the task at hand. A gospel preacher himself, he is the son and grandson of gospel preachers. He has carefully edited the book that will be known for its scriptural content. His background is in Christian education and he has taught in a number of schools in the fields of Bible and church music. He is equally qualified from a music standpoint, having been privileged to study under such well known song writers and music teachers as Austin Taylor, Will W. Slater, Tillit S. Teddlie, and L.O. Sanderson, as well as with Professor Robert Tullos. Jeffcoat has studied church music history for many years and has led singing in gospel meetings and campaigns for over fifty-five years. He has spoken in brotherhoo… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When the shadows lengthen at the close of day
Author: W. D. Jeffcoat
Refrain First Line: Can I more sincerely say and know

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Christian Hymns III #d455

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