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Short Name: I. G. Martin
Full Name: Martin, I. G. (Isaiah Guyman), 1862-1957
Birth Year: 1862
Death Year: 1957

Martin, Isaiah Guyman. (Gentry County, Missouri, April 18, 1862--August 23, 1957, Pasadena, California). Richmond School of Music; Missouri (now Kansas) Wesleyan; Iliff School of Theology. Married in 1905, two sons, one daughter. Converted at age 12, joined the Baptist Church; 1893 joined the Methodist Church and began his ministry. 1903 joined the Church of the Nazarene and in 1905 was appointed District Superintendent of "all the territory east of the Rocky Mountains." Pastored First Church of the Nazarene, Chicago; evangelist. Tenor soloist; composed songs as a hobby (around 200), frequently while playing the reed organ.

"Eastern Gate" is probably his most familiar hymn. It was written as a tribute to Dr. P.F. Bresee's traditional farewell at gatherings of the Church of the Nazarene, "We will meet at the Eastern Gate." According to Martin, "One of the old-timers was trying to get a tune for some words he had written, but couldn't put it over, so I got to humming a tune, which turned out to be 'Eastern Gate.'"

--E. Roger Taylor, DNAH Archives


Texts by I. G. Martin (19)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
ألتقيكم في الصباحIsaiah G. Martin (Author)Arabic1
As for me and my house, we will all serve the LordI. G. Martin (Author)English4
Carry the message with youI. G. M. (Author)6
I am leaving Egypt's bondageI. G. Martin (Author)3
I have such a dear lovingSavior, I tell it whereverIsaiah G. Martin (Author)2
I remember long ago, the old story sweet and trueIsaiah G. Martin (Author)6
I will meet you in the morning, Just inside the Eastern GateI. G. Martin (Author)English46
In times of distress, of darkness and gloomIsaiah G. Martin (Author)2
Jesus my Savior is all that I need, Shepherd to lead me in pastures to feedI. G. M. (Author)English2
Marvelous grace of JesusI. G. Martin (Author)2
Para los regenerados hay segunda bendiciónI. G. Martin (Author)Spanish2
So many dear people are troubled todayI. G. Martin (Author)2
The Christ of the cross, I adore himIsaiah G. Martin (Author)2
There are people, almost everywhere, whose hearts are all aflameI. G. Martin (Author)English19
There is soon to be a meeting with our SaviorI. G. Martin (Author)18
There's a call comes ringing over land and seaI. G. M. (Author)3
What a true and precious friendI. G. Martin (Author)English2
When I fled from Egypt's bondageI. G. M. (Author)8
When the people of God all unitedly standIsaiah G. Martin (Author)3

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