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John Wilbur Chapman

J. Wilbur Chapman J. Wilbur Chapman (1859-1918) was an American evangelist, revivalist and pastor. He wrote the words to the hymns One Day, Jesus! What A Friend for Sinners (Our Great Saviour) and 'Tis Jesus.
J. Wilbur Chapman. Short biography.
John Wilbur Chapman. His life and ministry.
Conversion of Wilbur Chapman: A World-Wide Evangelist.
Echoes from Glory. Selective saying/portrait of Chapman.
Grave of J. Wilbur Chapman. Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, New York, U.S.A..

The Accepted Time.
Kadesh-Barnea or, The Power of a Surrendered Life. eBook
The Precious Blood of Christ.
"Prepare to Meet Thy God".
Saved When the Lord Appears.
Secret of a Happy Day: Quiet Hour Meditations.
Sowing and Reaping.

Marriage and family:
J. Wilbur Chapman married Irene E. Steddon in May 10, 1882. She died a month after giving birth to their first child, Bertha Irene, born April 1, 1886.
Chapman married Agnes Pruyn Strain, November 4, 1888 and they had four children: Robert (who died in infancy), J. Wilbur, Jr., Alexander Hamilton, and Agnes Pruyn. Agnes died June 25, 1907.
Chapman married Mabel Cornelia Moulton on August 30, 1910. Mabel died May 13, 1969.
More Sources of Information:
Papers of John Wilbur Chapman. Biographical sketch, associates, campaigns, etc.
eBooks About J. Wilbur Chapman.
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