This page (click) says the song was recorded by many Southern Gospel groups, especially in the 1960s.
"Time Has Made A Change In Me" (Harkin Frye/Stamps Quartet Music/BMI)
Also called Time Has Made A Change.
- Blackwood Brothers (1965 Something Old - Something New; 1991 Blackwood Brothers Classics, Vol. 5)
- Blackwood Singers (1967 Time Has Made A Change; 1971 Super Hits Of...; ???? Over Today)
- Blue Ridge Quartet (1980 A Thing Called Love)
- Cathedral Quartet (1983 Individually)
- Gospel Harmony Boys (1962 Little Biddy Chapel)
- Hoppers (1967 5th Anniversary)
- Inspirations (1967 From the Heart of the Great Smokies)
- J D Sumner (1969 The Heart Of A Man)
- J D Sumner And The Stamps (1992 Featuring J.D. Sumner)
- Jim Hamill (1996 Yesterday And Today; 2003 Signature Songs)
- Jimmie Davis (1966 Gospel Hour)
- Lewis Family (1981 I'm Just An Old Chunk Of Coal)
- Nelons (1996 Glad You're Here)
- Oak Ridge Boys (1964 Singing The Gospel; 1967 Songs For The Soul; 1971 Sing Super Gospel Hits Volume 1; 1979 Songs Of Hope And Faith; 2015 Rock Of Ages: Hymns And Gospel Favorites)
- Perrys (2015 Sing)
- Plainsmen (???? Just A Little Talk With Jesus)
- Prophets (1968 Upward And Onward; 1970 Camp Meetin' Time In The Ozarks)
- Rebels (1965 Somebody Touched Me)
- Smitty Gatlin (1964 Songs From The Heart)
- Speer Family (1965 Won't We Be Happy; 1981 Celebrating 60th Anniversary Featuring Mom & Dad)
- The Stamps Quartet (1964 Go Ye)
- Wills Family (1967 Answers Your Request)
So, it's pretty clear that the songwriter for "Time Has Made a Change in Me" is Harkins Frye, published by Stamps Quartet Music Company. Apparently, Stamps Quartet Music is a label of the Nelon Music Group.
Licensing is through http://www.ClearBoxRights.com - but I can't get a response from ClearBoxRights to verify that.