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Sidney E. Cox

Short Name: Sidney E. Cox
Full Name: Cox, Sidney E., 1887-1975
Birth Year: 1887
Death Year: 1975

Sidney E. Cox, 1887–1975, was a Psalm Author and Composer.

In 1907, Cox moved from England to Canada. In 1908 he joined the Methodist church but soon converted to the Salvation Army, where he worked from the years 1909 until 1944, eventually becoming a Major. After he left the Salvation Army he devoted his focus to evangelical revival work. Over the course of his life, Cox has authored or composed approximately 400 songs.

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Wikipedia Biography

Sidney E. Cox, 1887–1975, was a Psalm Author and Composer. In 1907, Cox moved from England to Canada. In 1908 he joined the Methodist church but soon converted to the Salvation Army, where he worked from the years 1909 until 1944, eventually becoming a Major. After he left the Salvation Army he devoted his focus to evangelical revival work. Over the course of his life, Cox has authored or composed approximately 400 songs.

Texts by Sidney E. Cox (63)sort descendingAsInstances
All there is of meSidney E. Cox (Author)2
Are you sad and lonelySidney E. Cox (Author)3
Are you seeking joys that will not fadeSidney E. Cox (Author)4
As the waters cover the seaS. E. C. (Adapter)2
By the peaceful shores of GalileeSidney Edward Cox (1887-1975) (Author)2
Deep and wide, deep and wideSidney E. Cox (Author)1
God's ark of safety is sailing bySidney E. Cox (Author)2
God's love is wonderfulS. E. C. (Adapter)3
God's love to me is wonderfulSidney E. Cox (Author)5
Grace that is all sufficientS. C. (Author)2
He's such a wonderful FriendS. E. C. (Author)3
He's the same today as yesterdaySidney E. Cox (Author)3
Home to be with JesusAdj. S. E. C. (Author)2
I am amazed when I think of God's loveSidney Edward Cox (1887-1975) (Author)2
I have a wondrous SaviorS. E. C. (Author)2
I have found the path that leadethSidney E. Cox (Author)2
I know when the mighty deedSidney E. Cox (Author)2
I love Him better every dayS. E. C. (Author)5
I love Him in the morning hourS. C. (Author)2
I love to sing about Jesus, the Friend who's always nearS. E. C. (Author)2
I want to meet Him in the skyS. E. C. (Author)2
I want to tell what God has doneSidney Edward Cox (1887-1975) (Author)2
I'll be there, I'll be thereS. E. C. (Author)2
I'm trusting in his mercySidney E. Cox (Author)2
In my heart there's a gladsome melodySidney E. Cox (Author)5
In my heart todayS. E. C. (Author)4
In the love of Jesus I have found a refugeSidney E. Cox (Author)2
It was love reached me when far awaySidney Edward Cox (1887-1975) (Author)2
I've a Savior in the glorySidney E. Cox (Author)3
Jesus came to save meSidney E. Cox (Author)7
Jesus loves the little ones like me, me, meSidney E. Cox (Author)6
Jesus on Calvary, Died in my placeS. C. (Author)2
My heart was stained with sinSidney E. Cox (Author)3
My Lord knows the way through the wildernessS. E. C. (Author)4
Never fear, never fearSidney E. Cox (Author)2
O what a refuge I have foundSidney E. Cox (Author)3
One day I came to JesusSidney E. Cox (Author)2
One golden dawning, one glorious morningSidney Edward Cox (1887-1975) (Author)2
One happy day into this lowly dwellingSidney E. Cox (Author)2
Out of the depths, in tender loveSidney E. Cox (Author)3
Sharon's RoseS. E. C. (Author)2
Sing a cheery songS. E. C. (Author)2
Tell out the wonderful storySidney E. Cox (Author)4
The Savior sought and found meSidney E. Cox (Author)8
There will be a glorious morningSidney E. Cox (Author)3
There'll be no sorrow, no trace of tearsSidney E. Cox (Author)2
There's a city with foundations just beyondSidney E. Cox (Author)5
There's a cross upon a hillsideSidney E. Cox (Author)2
There's a Friend who changeth neverS. E. C. (Author)3
There's a path that's sometimes thornySidney Edward Cox (1887-1975) (Author)2
There's a road of high adventureSidney Edward Cox (1887-1975) (Author (Chorus))2
There's a song that's ringing in my heart todaySidney E. Cox (Author)6
There's joy in following Jesus all the wayAdj. S. E. C. (Author)3
There's One who stands before the Father's throneSidney E. Cox (Author)2
This one thing I know, This one thing I knowS. C. (Author)4
'Tis glorious to be victoriousSidney E. Cox (Author)2
Traveler, where do you journeySidney E. Cox (Author)3
Victory through Christ, Is the song we’re singing todayS. E. C. (Author)2
What joy to walk with JesusSidney E. Cox (Author)3
When the Lord comes in, When the Lord comes inAdj. S. E. C. (Author)2
When the Lord comes in to make our hearts hisSidney E. Cox (Author)2
When the Lord saved me, when the Lord saved meSidney E. Cox (Author)3
Wonderful face of JesusS. E. C. (Author)2

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