King's Business - 1946-06

JUNE, 1946


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PIPE ORGAN WITH VOCAL Lorin Whitney. Organist RP-I a. I’m Glad I’m Acquainted With Jesus. b. Songs of Cheer— 1. He Loves Me. 2. Just Like the Sunrise, RP-2 a. Songs of the Sea— L Let the Lower Lights Be Burning. 2. Throw Out the Lifeline. b. Hymns of Devotion— 1. What a Friend We Have in Jesus. 2. Majestic Sweetness Sits Enthroned. Joseph J. Klein—Director Arrangements by—Freeman High 16. Voice Ensemble and Soloists RP-3 a. Follow, I Will Follow Thee. b. We’ve a Story to Tell to the Nations. RP-4 a. The Lily of the Valley. b. When Twilight Shadows Fall. RP-5 a. There’ll Be One Song. b. When They Ring the Golden Bells. CHAPEL SINGERS

SONGS OF THE NATIVITY Elizabeth Morgan Hilton with Novachord Interlude BP-6 a. Hark the Herald Angels Sing. Silent Night! Holy Night! b. O Little Town of Bethlehem. It Came Upon a Midnight clear. Elizabeth Morgan Hilton, Soprano Bertha Palmer Smebye, Piano RP-7 a. It Is Springtime in My Heart b. Songs of Cheer— 1. There’s a Song in My Heart 2. In My Heart Dwells Jesus. Bill Retts Choristers 16 Voices with Special Arrangements BP-8 a. Heavenly Sunlight Sun of My Soul. b. I Love to Tell the Story. BP-9 a. More Time Alone. Take Time to Be Holy. b. Give Him Your Heart Today. Only $1.03 Including Excise Tax California Patrons Add Sales Tax BIOLA BOOK ROOM

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