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我寧願有耶穌 (I'd rather have Jesus)

我寧願有耶穌,勝於金銀

Author: Rhea F. Miller
Tune: I'D RATHER HAVE JESUS (Shea)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Rhea F. Miller

Rhea F. Miller was the wife of Dr. H. V. Miller, one of the General Superintendents of the Church Of The Nazarene. After her husband's death Mrs. Miller taught piano and traveled all around the area in her little gray Nash coupe, teaching piano. She had a special mission in life and that was to get into pastors’ homes and teach their kids how to play the piano so they would have something to contribute to the church when they became adults. She would offer to teach these kids for free and hope to make up the difference with her other students. She was a very inspirational woman and made a deep impact upon many lives. She was very positive, always smiling, full of encouragement, and always enthusiastic. Her father, Martin James Ross, s… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: 我寧願有耶穌,勝於金銀
Title: 我寧願有耶穌 (I'd rather have Jesus)
English Title: I'd rather have Jesus than silver or gold
Author: Rhea F. Miller
Language: Chinese

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #332

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