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John Nelson Parr, Fleetwood, Lancs. England.
March, 1972.

“Incredible”: autobiography of John Nelson Parr — Contents
Appendix “D”

It is thought that David, when he was very old wrote Psalm 145 and in this song he magnified, exalts and glorifies the Lord for: 1. His greatness (verses 1 to 6); 2. His greatness and the glorious majesty of His kingship (7–13); 3. His providential care (14–17); 4. His divine preservation and provision. This song expresses my feelings when taking a panoramic view of my life from the day of my conversion to Christ in April, 1904, and especially of the triumphs and tribulations, the conflicts and conquests since Christmas Day 1910 to 1970; being sixty years of Pentecostal triumph and achievement. The Lord be abundantly magnified.

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