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Annie S. Hawks

Annie S. Hawks
Short Name: Annie S. Hawks
Full Name: Hawks, Annie S. 1835-1918
Birth Year: 1835
Death Year: 1918

Hawks, Annie Sherwood. Mrs. Hawks was born in Hoosick, N. Y., May 28, 1835, and has resided for many years at Brooklyn. Her hymns were contributed to Bright Jewels, Pure Gold, Boyal Diadem, Brightest and Best, Temple Anthems, Tidal Wave, and other popular Sunday School hymnbooks. They include "I need Thee every hour" (written April, 1872), "Thine, most gracious Lord," "Why weepest thou? Whom seekest thou?" and others of the same type.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Texts by Annie S. Hawks (71)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
إليك حاجتي في كل حينAnnie S. Hawks (Author)Arabic1
A few more prayers, a few more tearsAnnie S. Hawks (Author)13
Art thou one of Christ'sAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Be still, my doubting soulAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
Bear the cross for Jesus, bear it every dayAnnie S. Hawks (Author)13
Beloved of the LordAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Come happy New YearAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Courage, soul, as on we goAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
Din, o Jesus kj'rAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Do everything for JesusAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
Good night, good night, it is morningAnnie S. Hawks (Author)4
Hark, the voice of Jesus calling Calling from on highAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
Harvest home, O hearMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)2
Have you no word for JesusAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
He needs me every hourMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)2
He needs me every hour, My Savior KingMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)2
Hitherto the Lord has helped meAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
Hour by hour the dawn approachesAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Hvar stund jag dig behoefverAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Hvem kommer n'st att foelja JesusAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
I am saved, I am saved, Jesus bids me go freeAnnie S. Hawks (Author)13
I am the Lord's and he is mine, O sacred groundAnnie S. Hawks (Author)4
I know that God is justAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
I love thee, O Lord, I believe in thy wordMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)5
I need Thee every hour, Most gracious LordAnnie S. Hawks (Author)English859
Ich brauch' dich allezeitAnnie Sherwood Hawks, 1835-1918 (Author)German8
Ich brauch' dich jede Stund, Geliebter HerrAnnie S. Hawks (Author)German2
Ich brauch' dich jede Stund, Höchst teurer HerrAnnie S. Hawks (Author)German2
Ich brauch' Dich jede Stund', mein Schutz und HortAnnie S. Hawks (Author)German1
I'll take Thy Name wherever I goMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)2
It is all for the best, O my FatherMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)3
Jeg trænger dig hver stund, O Jesus kjærAnnie S. Hawks (Author)Norwegian2
Jesus, Jesus, crown of our hopeAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Jesus, take my handAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Jesus, take my hand, and lead meAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Jesus, thou canst feed meAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Just over there they lieAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Lord, let me live for theeAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
Mae d'eisiau Di bob awrA. S. Hawes (Welsh Words)Welsh2
Mein Heiland, alle StundAnnie S. Hawks (Author)German5
My soul is anchored safely, LordAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Nothing but the love of Jesus can supply my inmost needAnnie S. Hawks (Author)5
O brother, dear brother, stay with me tonightAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
O Lord, send a wave of salvationAnnie S. Hawks (Author)6
O Lord, 'tis not enoughAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
O my brother, are you wearyAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
O oe mau me a'uAnnie S. Hawkes, 1835-1918 (Author)Hawaiian3
O rouse ye, Christian womenAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
O rouse ye, Christian workersAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
O ye who now would viewAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3
Ohn' dich, wie könnt' ich seinAnnie S. Hawks (Author)German3
One hour with thee, O dearest JesusAnnie S. Hawks (Author)4
Sicat' sapsapulecAnnie S. Hawks (Author)Tagalog2
Sing, my soul, the sweetest songMrs. Annie S. Hawkes (Author)3
Speak for Jesus, speak for JesusMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)5
Te necesito, sí, bendito serAnnie S. Hawks (Author)Spanish2
Te necesito yaAnnie S. Hawks (Author)Spanish3
Te quiero, mi SeñorAnnie Sherwood Hawks (1835-1918) (Author)Spanish5
There have been full many trialsMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)3
There is a land of welcomesAnnie S. Hawks (Author)4
There is one who watches o'er usMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)2
There is one who watches o'er youAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Thine, most gracious LordAnnie Sherwood Hawks (Author)9
Var stund jag dig behöverAnnie S. Hawks (Author)Swedish2
V'r n'r mig hver en StundAnnie S. Hawks (Author)1
我時刻需要你 (Wǒ shíkè xūyào nǐ)Annie S. Hawks (Author)Chinese2
We thank thee for rest, O our FatherAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Whenever I go to Jesus with any sense of lossAnnie S. Hawks (Author)2
Who'll be the next to follow Jesus? Who'll be the next His cross to bear?Annie S. Hawks (Author)48
Why weepest thou, Whom seekest thouMrs. Annie S. Hawks (Author)10
Yield, O yieldAnnie S. Hawks (Author)3

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