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祂除我罪 (He took my sins away)

我到主前滿帶軟弱憂傷 (Wǒ dào zhǔ qián mǎn dài ruǎnruò yōushāng)

Author: Margaret Jenkins Harris
Tune: [I came to Jesus, weary, worn, and sad]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Margaret Jenkins Harris

Margaret Jenkins Harris USA 1865-1919. Born in Rushville, IL, she married evangelist, John Harris, and they were active in holiness meetings as musicians and song evangelists. She played the organ for accompaniment to their duets. She was also known as an effective preacher with strong messages. She was a member of the Iowa Holiness Association. She and her husband served as music directors for the 1901 General Holiness Convention in Chicago, IL. She also edited the “Glorious Gospel In Song” hymnbook for the Christian Witness Publishing Company of Chicago. She died in Miami, FL. John Perry  Go to person page >

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First Line: 我到主前滿帶軟弱憂傷 (Wǒ dào zhǔ qián mǎn dài ruǎnruò yōushāng)
Title: 祂除我罪 (He took my sins away)
English Title: I came to Jesus weary, worn and sad
Author: Margaret Jenkins Harris
Language: Chinese

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #613

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