Sentir Más Grande Amor

Translator: Ernesto Barocio

Ernesto Barocio Ondarza. Baptist minister born in Mexico. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

Author: E. Prentiss

Elizabeth Payson Prentiss USA 1818-1878. Born at Portland, ME, 5th child of Congregationalist minister, Edward Payson. He died of tuberculosis in 1827, and the family moved to New York City in 1831. That year she professed faith in Christ and joined the Bleeker Street Presbyterian Church. She possessed keen abilities, including sympathy and perceptiveness. She began writing stories and poems, and contributed her works to “The youth’s companion”, a New England religious periodical. In 1838 she opened a small girls’ school in her home and took up a Sabbath-school class as well. Two years later, she moved to Richmond, VA, to be a department head at a girls’ boarding school. In 1845 she married George Lewis Prentiss, a brothe… Go to person page >

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First Line: Sentir más grande amor por ti, Señor
Title: Sentir Más Grande Amor
Author: E. Prentiss (1856)
Translator: Ernesto Barocio
Language: Spanish

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