W. Stillman Martin

W. Stillman Martin
Short Name: W. Stillman Martin
Full Name: Martin, W. Stillman (Walter Stillman), 1862-1935
Birth Year: 1862
Death Year: 1935

Born: March 8, 1862, Rowley, Massachusetts.
Died: December 16, 1935, Atlanta, Georgia.
Buried: Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia.

Husband of hymnist Civilla Martin, Stillman attended Harvard University and was ordained a Baptist minister, though he later switched to the Disciples of Christ denomination. In 1916, he became a professor of Bible studies at Atlantic Christian College in Wilson, North Carolina. Three years later, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia. It was from there he went all over America to run Bible conferences and evangelistic meetings.

Hustad, p. 282


Texts by W. Stillman Martin (88)sort descendingAsInstances
Are you living on without hope in ChristW. S. M. (Author)2
Be not dismayed whate'er betideW. S. Martin (Author)1
By grace are ye saved, O message full of loveW. Stillman Martin (Author)6
Christ died to be my SaviorW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Coming to cheer us in sadnessW. S. Martin (Author)3
Dear Father in heaven Send from on highWalter S. Martin (Author)2
Do you know Jesus, my Savior and Friend?W. S. M. (Author)2
Eye hath never seen, ear hath never heardW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Far away in sin and darknessW. S. M. (Author)2
Far beyond our fairest visionW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Father take my hand, Lead me through the landW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Fresh from the springs eternalW. S. M. (Author)2
From the battlements of gloryW. S. M. (Author)2
Gather jewels for the MasterW. S. M. (Author)2
Give to Jesus glory, Praise his holy nameW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Glory, glory, Jesus saves meW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Go out in the highways, whatever the costW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Have you heard of the old, old storyW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
He is precious, he is precious to those who believeW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Hear the Master's loving callW. S. M. (Author)1
Heavenly portals ringingW. S. Martin (Author)2
How often the heart would be wearyW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
I am walking with my Savior (Martin)W. Stillman Martin (Author)2
I am walking with my SaviorW. S. M. (Author)1
I give myself to thee, my Savior and my KingW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
I once far away from JesusW. S. M. (Author)2
I see my Savior at the crossW. S. Martin (Author)4
I will pour water on him that is thirstyW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
I'll wander no more in the pathway of sinW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
I'm redeemed, Lord help me tell itW. S. M. (Author)2
I'm trusting Jesus onlyW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
In tenderness he sought me while far away from GodW. S. M. (Author)3
In the name of the Savior aloneW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
In the new creation Hid, O Christ, in theeW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
In wondrous grace, he took my placeW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
I've been to the fountain, I have plungedW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Jesus calls in tones so tenderW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Jesus is the Altogether LovelyW. S. M. (Author)4
Let me live in a house by the side of the roadM. (Author (v. 3 and refrain))1
Let us hear you tell the story of His graceW. Stillman Martin (Author)4
Like poor, lost sheep we have gone astrayW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
List, the Savior's gentle voiceW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Lord Jesus, I have heard thy voiceW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
No hope had I, no light withinW. S. Martin (Author)4
None but Christ, my heart is singingW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Ob die milbe Flut auch drohtW. C. Martin (Author)1
O tell to all around, Jesus is the sinner's FriendW. S. M. (Author)3
O the glory of the LordW. S. M. (Author)3
On the cross, Jesus shed His bloodW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
One step ahead is all I need to seeW. S. M. (Author)3
One thing lacking, how strange, how sadW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Only a few more burdens must we carryW. S. M. (Arranger)5
Only in thee can rest be foundW. S. M. (Author)2
Out on life's ocean, sailing alongW. S. Martin (Author)2
Out with the life boat, for on the dark seaW. S. Martin (Author)2
Pilgrims and strangers we journey belowW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Praise God, from all guilt I am freeW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Pressing onward, ever onwardW. S. M. (Author)5
Prevailing power with God and manW. S. Martin (Author)2
Saved by grace O blessed storyW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Seeking, so kindly seekingW. Stillman Martin (Author)4
Sleep not, Christian soldierW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Somebody always is needing the SaviorW. S. M. (Author)3
Someone is praying for you just nowW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
Sometimes, I am discouragedW. S. M. (Author)1
Spread abroad the sunshine, everywhere you goW. S. M. (Author)3
Sweet the promise of the FatherW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
The gift of life, eternal lifeW. S. M. (Author)2
The God who holds the watersW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
The Lord is the themeW. S. Martin (Author)2
The sweetest hour that can be spentW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
There is a bright home just beyond the wearyW. S. Martin (Author)3
There is room in the heart of JesusW. S. M. (Author)4
There's a beautiful country just over the wayW. S. M. (Author)3
There's a city bright and fair (Martin)W. Stillman Martin (Author)2
There's a prize in the kingdomW. S. Martin (Author)2
'Twas love, the love of GodW. Stillman Martin (Author)8
We offer our song of greetingW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Weary with bearing your heavy burdenW. S. Martin (Author)2
Weeping will not save me Though you weep for days and yearsW. Stillman Martin (Author)3
What will you do with Jesus (Martin)W. Stillman Martin (Author)2
While Jesus is calling, O, do not delayW. S. Martin (Author)3
Who, who are these triumphant o'er the graveW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Who'll be the next to live for JesusW. Stillman Martin (Author)2
Will there be any souls in the kingdom aboveW. S. M. (Author)3
Winning of a soul for the MasterW. S. Martin (Author)2
Wondrous grace that reaches meW. S. Martin (Author)2
Wondrous grace that reaches me Sinful tho' my heart may beW. Stillman Martin (Author)1
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