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為何我要歌頌耶穌? (Why do I sing about Jesus?)

在我深處充滿喜樂,主己救我脫罪惡 (Zài wǒ shēn chù chōngmǎn xǐlè, zhǔ jǐ jiù wǒ tuō zuì'è)

Author: Albert A. Ketchum
Tune: [Why do I sing about Jesus?]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Albert A. Ketchum

Little is known about Albert Allen Ketchum, except that he was once a student at Moody Bible Institute, in Chicago, and lived at one time in Long Beach, California. While attending Moody in the early 1920′s, he wrote the words and music for a gospel song called, "Why Do I Sing About Jesus?" It was one of 12 or 15 songs he submitted to Harry Dixon Clarke for publication. --wordwisehymns.com/2010/02/12/… Go to person page >

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First Line: 在我深處充滿喜樂,主己救我脫罪惡 (Zài wǒ shēn chù chōngmǎn xǐlè, zhǔ jǐ jiù wǒ tuō zuì'è)
Title: 為何我要歌頌耶穌? (Why do I sing about Jesus?)
English Title: Why do I sing about Jesus?
Author: Albert A. Ketchum
Language: Chinese

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #194

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