M. Homer Cummings

Short Name: M. Homer Cummings
Full Name: Cummings, M. Homer

M. Homer Cummings was born near Pickaway, August 23, 1890, and was graduated from Trevecca College, Nashville, Tennessee, in 1909. After spending a year in the University of Chattanooga, he entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1911. Since then he has written more than sixty hymns, the more popular being these: "My Lord and King," "There is a Gladness," "What Will You Do with Jesus?" "Come Where the Blessings Fall," The Gospel According to You," "Jesus Is the One You Need." Others appear in "Echoes from Beulah," published by the author at Ripley, W. Va. Mr. Cummings has also written "You Are My Sweetheart," a secular song that has been well
received by the music public. His parents are H. M. Cummings and wife, Pickaway.

A History of Monroe County, West Virginia, by Oren F. Morton, The McClure Company, Inc., Staunton, VA, 1916


Texts by M. Homer Cummings (150)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A gospel according to youM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
All my sins have been forgiven (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Are you burdened with sin and sadnessM. Homer Cummings (Author)9
Are you longing for a Savior who can wash your sins away?M. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Are you walking every day as a ChristianM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
As you journey on life's pathwayM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Back to the cold world I will not goM. H. C. (Author (v. 2-3))1
Be not discouraged, let nothing dismayM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Behold the Savior on CalvaryM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Come, come today, do not delay (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Come now in exultationM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Come now to Jesus, before him kneelM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
Come to Jesus of NazarethM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Come, your voices raiseM. Homer Cummings (Author)7
Every passing day on life's pilgrimM. Homer Cummings (Author)8
Everybody happy, Say AmenM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Far away from the dear, loving SaviorM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Far beyond the blue skyM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Fields with grain are teemingM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
First among the Christian gracesM. Homer Cummings (Author)English4
God has not forgotten youM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
Hark, the courts of heaven resoundM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Harvest fields are white with grainM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Has your heart been cleansed from the guiltM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Has your heart been warmed by the power of GodM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Have you kept the vows that you made to GodM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Have you wandered away From the Savior todayM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
He is counting on you in the battles of lifeM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Hear the glad tidings of wonderful joyM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Hear the Master's call Sounding now to allM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Hear the words of the Master todayM. H. C. (Author)2
Hear ye the words of the Master todayM. Homer Cummings (Author)8
How often we sing of the old rugges drossM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
How swiftly the moments flyM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
I am satisfied with Jesus, But a question comes to meM. Homer Cummings (Author)English4
I am singing now of JesusM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
I can hear the Savior calling me, His voice I will obeyM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
I can hear the voice of Jesus, He is callingM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
I cannot comprehend the wondrous loveM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
I do not know, I cannot understandM. Homer Cummings (Author)1
I have a song I love to sing (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)3
I have heard Thy loving voiceM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
I have heard Thy loving voice, and it makes myRev. M. Homer Cummings (Author)2
I have started on my way to the realms ofM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
I have such a dear, loving FriendM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
I know not what the morrowM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
I no longer am a strangerM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
I shall not be a stranger in heavenM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
I struggled in darkness and doubt many yearsM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
I want my life to count for JesusM. Homer Cummings (Author)English11
I want to be a good and faithful servantM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
I was lost, but Jesus found me (Cummings)M. H. C. (Author)3
If for Christ I'm livingM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
If the storms above you riseM. H. C. (Author)4
If you are longing for pardon and peaceM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
If you have a word of cheer that may light the pathway drearM. H. C. (Author)3
If you have been saved from your burden of sinM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
I'll care not for the streets of goldM. Homer Cummins (Author)2
In everything give thanks (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)5
In my heart a song is ringing (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)8
In the hour of grief, giving true reliefM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Is your home a house of prayerM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Is your testimony backed up by your lifeM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
Jesus is ever beside meM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Jesus is seeking the lost ones, out in the mountainsM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Jesus, my Savior, humbly I prayM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Jesus, Savior, hear us, Unto thee we prayM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Let the beauty of Jesus be seen in me, All his patience, his love, his humility (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Living for Jesus our Savior each dayM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Lo a cry today is heardM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Lo the grain is wavingM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Lord, I come before thy throneM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Lord, we thank thee for the blessings dailyM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Many friends we have knownM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Many people today try to hitch hike their wayM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
My soul has been redeemed from sinH. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Not I, but Christ who liveth in meM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
O blessed thought, O blessed thoughtM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
O how my heart delights to singM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
O I'll gladly follow JesusM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
O my heart is full of music and of gladnessM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
O my heart is so enraptured, as I press along the wayM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
O praise the Lord Almighty, who is enthroned aboveM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
O the dearest spot on this earth to meM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
O there is no other friend like JesusM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
O what compassion, what boundless loveM. Homer Cummins (Author)3
O what joy I find in serving ChristM. Homer Cummings (Author)8
O what wonderful loveM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
O where is my wandering girl tonightM. H. C. (Author)3
Oft a vision comes to me of my mother's dearM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Oft I meet with trials on the way to gloryM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
On life's pathway there is sadnessM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
On the day of Pentecost, They were all with one accordM. Homer Cummings (Author)English2
Once I did not know the Savior, my life was steepedM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
Only the best is good enoughM. Homer Cummings (Author)7
Over Judea the chorus rangM. Homer Cummings (Author)8
Pray when the dawn is beamingM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Pray when the dawn is breakingM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Purer yet and purer I would be more like the ChristM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Shadows of night are fallingM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Should the Savior come this momentM. H. C. (Author)6
Since I started for that city many years agoM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Since Jesus the Savior spoke peace to my soulM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Sing Hosannas, come with sweet accordM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Sing unto the Lord, his praises loud proclaimM. Cummings (Author)English2
Sing with hearts and voices praises to our KingM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Some day my labor here shall ceaseM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Some day we shall reach the end of the trailM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Some other day the morn will breakM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
Soon I'll be with the angelsM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
The Bible is good enough for meM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
The hand that was wounded on CalvaryM. Homer Cummings (Author)7
The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)3
The saloon has been outlawedM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
The saloon should be outlawedM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
There is a beautiful city aboveM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
There is a land eternalM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
There's a better way for the world astrayM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
There's a city on highM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
There's a home above, In the land of loveM. H. C. (Author)4
There's a land where evil is unknownM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Though clouds overhang the wayM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Though sorrows overtake thee and troubles assailM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Though the world may be scornful and coldM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Though troubles assail, And dangers affrightM. Homer Cummings (Author)English3
'Tis the King's command, ringing through the landM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
We have heard the Macedonian call todayM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Weary one, burdened down by guilt and shameM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Weary soul, by sin oppressed, Jesus is calling thee nowM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
What a great cloud of witnessesM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
What will you give in exchange for your soul (Cummings)M. Homer Cummings (Author)4
When at last your journey here has endedM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
When cares are pressing and grief distressingM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
When cherished joys have taken flightM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
When days are dark and drearyM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
When he calls you, will you answerM. Homer Cummings (Author)6
When I came to the Savior he redeemed me from sinM. H. C. (Author)4
When I shall reach my home up in gloryM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
When I think of thy wondrous loveM. Homer Cummings (Author)7
When I walk through the valley and shadow of deathM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
When my journey's ended, and trials are all o'erM. Homer Cummings (Author)7
When our hearts are overwhelmed with sorrowM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
When saloons were made illegalM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
When the cares of life distressM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Where'er he leads me I will goM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
Why not come just now to JesusM. Homer Cummings (Author)3
Why should I deny my SaviorM. Homer Cummings (Author)2
Would you labor for the Master in his vineyardM. H. C. (Author)4
Yes, Jesus, the Savior, is coming againM. Homer Cummings (Author)4
You may know the power of an endless lifeM. Homer Cummings (Author)5
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