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George Bennard

George Bennard
Short Name: George Bennard
Full Name: Bennard, George, 1873-1958
Birth Year: 1873
Death Year: 1958

George Bennard (1873-1958) was born in Youngstown, OH. When he was a child the family moved to Albia, Iowa. He served with the Salvation Army in Iowa for several years before he was ordained in the Methodist Episcopal Church. His hymn "Speak, my Lord" appears in Triumphant Service Songs (Chicago: Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co., 1934). He wrote words and tune for his best known hymn "The Old Rugged Cross" in 1913.

Mary Louise VanDyke

Wikipedia Biography

George Bennard (February 4, 1873 – October 10, 1958) was an American hymn composer and preacher. He is best known for composing the famous hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross".

Texts by George Bennard (101)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
فوق تل بعيد - دق عود الصليبGeorge Bennard (Author)Arabic1
في مكان مرهوب في ظلال الغروبGeorge Bennard (Author)Arabic1
在遠山聳立著 (Zài yuǎnshān sǒnglìzhe)George Bennard (Author)Chinese2
All of my burdens went rolling awayGeorge Bennard (Author)6
As Jesus was standing on Olivet's hillGeorge Bennard (Author)4
Blessed lamb of CalvaryGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Blessed Rock in time of stormGeorge Bennard (Author)3
Carry the news to the nationsGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Christ the Lord from heaven cameRev. Geo. Bennard (Author)3
Come, come to the Savior, poor sin-burdened soulG. B. (Author)5
Dios relata en su PalabraG. B. (Author)Spanish2
Don't turn the dear Savior awayRev. G. B. (Author)6
El Señor Jesús está llamandoGeorge Bennard (Author)Spanish2
En el monte Calvario estaba una cruzGeorge Bennard (Author)Spanish10
Every heart has its sorrowGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Exceeding great and precious are God's promisesGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Gathered are we in the name of our GodGeorge Bennard (Author)5
God answers prayer, O do not doubt HimGeorge Bennard (Author)4
God looked in pity on our poor lost worldGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Have you, my brother, the spirit receivedGeorge Bennard (Author)3
He loved me and gave himself for meGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Hear the Lord of harvest sweetly callingGeorge Bennard (Author)43
Heaven is a city, a high and holy cityGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Higher than the highest heavenGeorge Bennard (Author)2
How grateful am IGeorge Bennard (Author)2
I am so happy in Jesus, my LordGeorge Bennard (Author)3
I have a wonderful SaviorGeorge Bennard (Author)3
I have crossed the Jordan's ford of consecration, I possess the goodly land todayGeorge Bennard (Author)4
I need Jesus when the storm cloudsGeorge Bennard (Author)2
I want to be more like Jesus (Bennard)George Bennard (Author)2
I was on the downward way, Far from GodGeorge Bennard (Author)3
I was very far from shoreGeorge Bennard (Author)2
If I go not away, said the SaviorGeorge Bennard (Author)2
If you've heard the wondrous story of his loveGeorge Bennard (Author)3
I'll trust him when the sun is shiningGeorge Bennard (Author)2
I'm a pilgrim and a stranger passing through a foreign landGeorge Bennard (Author)2
I'm enjoying the blessing of holinessGeorge Bennard (Author)2
I'm living now in CanaanGeorge Bennard (Author)2
In God's good book, that book divineGeorge Bennard (Author)2
In the book of God so preciousG. B. (Author)11
In the fullness of the blessing there is cleansingGeorge Bennard (Author)4
Is it nothing to you, O ye that pass byGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Is it well with your soul todayGeorge Bennard (Author)2
It was for me my Lord in loveGeorge Bennard (Author)3
I've grieved thee, Lord, my heart is sadGeorge Bennard (Author)2
I've left the valley of death and sinGeorge Bennard (Author)11
Jesus is my loving Savior, He is so precious to meGeorge Bennard (Author)English14
Jesus, my Savior, to thee I'm comingGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Jesus paid our ransom long agoGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Jesus, see me at thy feet, With my sacrifice completeG. B. (Author)21
Jesus the Lamb left his glory and his throneGeorge Bennard (Author)3
Let go, and let God have his way with theeGeorge Bennard (Author)3
Like a mighty oceanGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Like a river broad and deepGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Long long ago on Calvary's browGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Lord, lead us back to PentecostGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Love never faileth, love will stand the testGeorge Bennard (Author)5
Mao a'e l ahe ke'a kahiko a pa'aGeorge Bennard, 1873-1958 (Author)Hawaiian3
March along, sing a song, sing it merrilyGeorge Bennard (Author)3
My heart says, Yes, to JesusGeorge Bennard (Author)2
My meditation of him shall be sweet (Bennard)George Bennard (Author)2
My poor life was full of sadnessGeorge Bennard (Author)2
My sins, which were many, have all been forgivenG. B. (Author)2
O come, behold Mt. CalvaryGeorge Bennard (Author)2
O I dearly love to ponderGeorge Bennard (Author)2
O my soul is filled with gloryGeorge Bennard (Author)2
O sing again the sweet old songs my mother sang to meGeorge Bennard (Author)2
O what would I do without JesusGeorge Bennard (Author)2
O wondrous love, how can it be (Bennard)George Bennard (Author)2
On a hill far away stood an old rugged crossG. B. (Author)English308
Out of the heart of GodG. B. (Author)English2
Outside the gate did Jesus goGeorge Bennard (Author)4
Religions, creeds, and theoriesGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Rude cruz se erigiuGeorge Bennard (Author)Portuguese2
Shower of blessing sent from aboveGeorge Bennard (Author)4
Sing, O sing of the precious bloodGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Sing we of the precious fountainGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Speak, for thy servant heareth, speak LordGeorge Bennard (Author)3
The battle is raging, the foe we're engagingGeorge Bennard (Author)2
There is a beautiful fountainGeorge Bennard (Author)2
There is a fountain filled with blood, a fountain deep and wideGeorge Bennard (Author)2
There is work that must be done (Bennard)George Bennard (Author)4
There's a bright shining path where the Savior has trodGeorge Bennard (Author)2
There's a Canaan of perfect loveG. B. (Author)2
They told me love's sweetest old storyG. B. (Author)4
This question comes to allGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Thy will, not mine, my heart has learned do sayGeorge Bennard (Author)2
Wandering in sin, no peace withinGeorge Bennard (Author)3
We come, we come, with hearts so full of loveGeorge Bennard (Author)3
We have launched for a voyage on the ocean of lifeG. B. (Author)2
We're here on business for our KingGeorge Bennard (Author)2
We're in the onward march of nationsGeorge Bennard (Author)2
What value, my friend, dost thou place on thy soulGeorge Bennard (Author)2
When I read the sweet old story of my SaviorGeorge Bennard (Author)2
When I think of how my Savior left his gloryGeorge Bennard (Author)4
When Jesus comes in glory with saints and angels fairGeorge Bennard (Author)2
When the King comes back againGeorge Bennard (Author)2
While I journey in this world belowGeorge Bennard (Author)3
While the sun hangs highGeorge Bennard (Author)2
With aching heart and spirit sore distressedG. B. (Author)7
You must meet him at the judgmentGeorge Bennard (Author)2

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