|Short Name:||James M. Kirk|
|Full Name:||Kirk, James M., 1854-1945|
James McPherson Kirk, 1854-1945
Born: June 18, 1854, Flushing, Ohio.
Died: June 10, 1945, Flushing, Ohio.
Buried: Flushing, Ohio.
Raised a Methodist, Kirk became associated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance (CAMA) in 1887. He organized the CAMA’s Gospel Mission in Flushing, Ohio, in 1907, and as part of the Ohio Quartet, sang at CAMA conventions and gatherings.
Kirk, James M. (Flushing, Ohio, 1854--1945). Converted at an early age. Became associated with the C&MA in 1887, was a first subscriber to The Alliance Weekly, and wonderfully healed at the first Cleveland Alliance convention. Spent entire life on a farm but devoted much time to Christian work. A member of a famous singing group, the Ohio Quartet, which for 12 years traveled extensively in convention work. In 1906 organized the Gospel Mission of the C&MA in Flushing. An outstanding figure in the Central District as song leader and in Bible teaching and prayer. Grandfather of Geraldine Southern, well-known mezzo-soprano, music instructor at Nyack, and director of music in Alliance churches. Kirk wrote some 40 songs, many while busy with farm chores. Some favorites:
He Is Just the Same Today
I've Yielded to God
|Texts by James M. Kirk (13)||As||Instances|
|Have you found the great Physician, Jesus Christ of Galilee||James M. Kirk (Author)||6|
|I am watching for the coming of the glad millenial day||J. M. K. (Author)||62|
|I hear my Savior saying, "Come closer, My child, to Me"||James M. Kirk (Author)||4|
|I read the sweet story again and again||James M. Kirk (Author)||2|
|Ich bin nicht l'nger mehr allein||James M. Kirk (Author)||2|
|Ich hoer' den Heiland sagen||James M. Kirk (Author)||2|
|Ihr sollt meine Zeugen sein||James M. Kirk (Author)||2|
|I'm never lonely any more||J. M. K. (Author)||5|
|O wonderful story of mercy and love||James M. Kirk (Author)||2|
|Our Lord, whom we've not seen||James M. Kirk (Author)||2|
|Under thy wings my God||James M. Kirk (Author)||2|
|Ye shall be my witnesses, was Jesus' last command||James M. Kirk (Author)||3|
|Yo espero el día alegre||James Kirk (Author)||1|