Herbert H. Booth

Herbert H. Booth
Herbert Booth.
Short Name: Herbert H. Booth
Full Name: Booth, Herbert H., 1862-1926
Birth Year: 1862
Death Year: 1926

Herbert Henry Howard Booth (26 August 1862 – 25 September 1926) was the third son of William and Catherine Booth. He oversaw the Limelight Department's development and he was the writer and director for Soldiers of the Cross.

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(For the English trade unionist, see Herbert Booth (trade unionist).) Herbert Henry Howard Booth (26 August 1862 – 25 September 1926) was the third son of William and Catherine Booth. He oversaw the Limelight Department's development and he was the writer and director for Soldiers of the Cross. In 1886, Herbert Booth took ill and went to Australia to rest and heal. While staying in a mining town there, he found a gold nugget. He eventually forged a ring out of it for his future wife, Dutch Salvationist Cornelie Schoch.

Texts by Herbert H. Booth (53)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
All I have, by thy blood thou dost claimHerbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) (Author (Chorus))4
As I am before thy faceHerbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) (Author)3
Before thy face, dear LordHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
Blessed Lord, in thee is refugeHerbert H. Booth (Author)English17
當我在我路上遇見試探時 (Dāng wǒ zài wǒ lùshàng yùjiàn shìtàn shí)Herbert H. Booth (Author)Chinese2
Down at the fountain wonders are wroughtHerbert H. Booth (Author)3
Frelser, hør mig, naar jeg for digHerbert Booth (Author)Norwegian2
From every stain made cleanHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
Gone are the days of wretchedness and sinHerbert H. Booth (Author)English3
Grace there is my evvry debt to payH. H. B. (Author)English2
Hours that are fleeting awayH.H. Booth (Author)1
I bring my heart to Jesus, with all its fearsHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
I bring to thee my heart to fillHerbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) (Author (Verses))3
I have a Savior who's mighty to keepHerbert H. Booth (Author)English1
I have given up all for Jesus this vainHerbert H. Booth (Author)27
I'm believing and receivingHerbert H. Booth (Author)English1
In golden hours of brightest joyHerbert H. Booth (Author)2
I’ve a home fair and bright in yonder cityHerbert H. Booth (Author)English2
Jesus, hoer mig, n'r jag foer din fotHerbert H. Booth (Author)2
Joy, freedom, peace, and ceaseless blessingHerbert H. Booth (Author)2
Let me hear thy voice now speakingHerbert H. Booth (Author)12
Let me love thee, thou art claimingHerbert H. Booth (Author)English6
Like the billows of an oceanHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
Lord, through the blood of the Lamb that was slainHerbert H. Booth (Author)14
Love of love so wondrousHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
Much of what this world can boastHerbert H. Booth (Author)English2
My mind upon thee, Lord, is stayedHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
O wanderer knowing not the smileHerbert H. Booth (Author)6
O what battles I've been inHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
Once in sin I lonely wanderedHerbert H. Booth (Author)2
One with my Lord, 'tis glorious to knowHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
Savior, hear me, while before Thy feetBooth (Author)English47
Sins of years are washed awayHerbert H. Booth (Author)31
Sometimes I'm tired with toil and careHerbert H. Booth (Author)6
Summoned home, the call has soundedHerbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) (Author)4
Tell it to Jesus, He understands theeHerbert H. Booth (Author)English3
There are wants my heart is tellingHerbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) (Author)3
There comes a call for warriors Who're not afraid to dieHerbert H. Booth (Author)5
There is not in my heart left one treasure, dear LordHerbert H. Booth (Author)English1
There's a golden day, and 'tis not far awayHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
To me, dear Savior, yes, to meH. H. Booth (Author)English3
To the front the cry is ringingHerbert H. Booth (Author)9
We are marching over the regionsHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
When God has set his judgment throneHerbert H. Booth (Author)2
When in the tempest he'll hide us [me]H. H. B. (Author)1
When my heart was so hardHerbert H. Booth (Author)4
When sorrow and storms are besetting my trackHerbert H. Booth (Author)English26
When the charms of earth have fledH. H. B. (Author)1
Who, when sunk in deep despairHerbert H. Booth (Author)3
Why are you doubting and fearingHerbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) (Author)6
With my heart so bright in the heavenly lightHerbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) (Author)2
With my heart so full of sadnessHerbert H. Booth (Author)3
Within my heart, O Lord, fulfillHerbert H. Booth (Author)4

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