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Hymn Writer Delivered from Anger

As a young woman, Frances Havergal, author of the hymns, "Take My Life and Let It Be" and "Like a River Glorious," had a very quick temper—the kind that would explode. Afterward she would be mortified and confess it to the Lord. But then she would lose her temper, again and again.

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