J. M. Driver

J. M. Driver
Short Name: J. M. Driver
Full Name: Driver, J. M. (John Merritte), 1858-1918
Birth Year: 1858
Death Year: 1918

Rv John Merritte Driver DD PhD DL USA 1857-1918. Born in Jefferson County,IL, he attended Illinois Agricultural College and Boston University. He married Elzire (Elsie) Louise Wiley in 1880, and they had an adopted son, Merritte. He was ordained a Methodist Episcopal minister and served, beginning in Prairie, IL in 1880, and at a number of churches in Chicago and other cities. He pastored the People's Church, Chicago, IL, 1902-07. He was a member of the American & Asiatic Archaelogical Society. He traveled extensively in Europe. He was a lecturer, orator, and writer. He wrote several books, including fiction, history, travel, and a number of hymn lyrics and a few tunes. He co-edited “Songs of the soul” (1885).

John Perry

Texts by J. M. Driver (40)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
بشرى ذا الحب العجيبJ. M. Driver (Author)Arabic1
رواية الحبJohn M. Driver (Author)Arabic1
Children children hearJ. Merrite Driver (Author)2
Christus erschien, Heil uns! Heil uns!J. M. Driver (Author)German2
Glorious work of winning soulsJ. M. Driver (Author)2
Go ask the weeping motherJ. Merrite Driver (Author)2
Goodbye,no more on earthJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
Have you made a new resolveJ. M. Driver (Author)3
Herrliche Kunde vom HerrnJ. M. Driver (Author)German3
Ho sound the tocsin shout aloud hurrahJ. M. Driver (Author)3
I am feasting on the loveJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
I feel it a duty to work for himJ. Merrite Driver (Author)2
I have drank the social glass, boysJ. M. D. (Author)3
I love thy holy Book, O GodJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
I'm saved, I am, I know I amJ. M. Driver (Author)2
I'm weary, Lord and long for restJ. M. Driver (Author)3
Jesus is born, Good news, good newsJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
Let us gather in the childrenJ. Merrite Driver (Author)5
Look at your loved ones my brotherJ. M. Driver (Author)3
My summons may come in the morningJ. M. Driver (Author)4
O for years, his monster evilJ. M. Driver (Author)2
O list, my son, giveme thine heartJ. M. Driver (Author)2
Only a sister pleading tonightJ. M. Driver (Author)3
Precious Savior long in darknessJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
Precious Savior Lord divineJ. Merrite Driver (Author)2
Redemption songs we love to singJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
Something to do, has been ringing todayJ. M. D. (Author)3
Songs of the soulJ. Merrite Driver (Author)2
Stand up, stand up for TemperanceJ. Merrite Driver (Author)7
The conscience of childhood is speaking in whispersJ. M. D. (Author)1
The gospel blue, the badge that youJ. M. D. (Author)3
The wave is rolling far and wideJ. M. Driver (Author)3
There is dawning a glorious dayJ. M. Driver (Author)4
Underbar k'rlek sa storJ. Merrite Driver (Author)5
Weary one, O rest thee hereJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
We'll drink no more the beaming wineJ. M. Driver (Author)2
We'll drink no more the beaming wine, we'll be no moreJ. Merrite Driver (Author)2
When my little weeping childJ. M. Driver (Author)3
Who can cleanse me from all sinJ. Merrite Driver (Author)3
Wonderful story of love, Tell it to me againJ. M. D. (Author)146
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