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[Keep praising, keep praising]

[Keep praising, keep praising]

Composer: Wendell P. Loveless
Published in 5 hymnals


Composer: Wendell P. Loveless

Rv Wendell Phillips Loveless USA 1892-1987, Born in Wheaton, IL, he first engaged in business in Chicago. In 1914 he became a member of an entertainment group that toured the U.S. on the Chatauqua circuit. Spending six years with the group he learned voice, piano, dramatics, and MC duties, later managing the group. He later used these talents in Christian ministry. In 1917 he married Velma Stone, and they had three children: Robert, David, and Wendell Jr. He was a Lieutenant in the Marine Corps during WWI. He was converted through reading the Bible at home. He joined the Moody Bible Institute (MBI) in 1926, first as business manager of the extension department. He later became director of the Moody Bible Institute radio station WM… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Keep praising, keep praising]
Composer: Wendell P. Loveless
Incipit: 54332 17176 54465
Key: B♭ Major
Copyright: © 1934, Ren. 1962 Hope Publishing Co.

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Hymns of Faith #305

Include 4 pre-1979 instances
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