C. W. Naylor

C. W. Naylor
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Short Name: C. W. Naylor
Full Name: Naylor, C. W. (Charles Wesley), 1874-1950
Birth Year: 1874
Death Year: 1950

Naylor, Charles Wesley. (1874--1950). C. W. Naylor was born in southern Ohio and reared in Ohio and West Virginia by grandparents. At the age of nineteen he left the Methodist church for the Church of God. He worked for a while at the Gospel Trumpet Company in Grand Junction, Michigan and on some evangelistic tours. He was ordained in 1899 in Springfield, Ohio. He was first injured in 1908 in Florida while moving timbers from under a meeting tent. He suffered a dislocated kidney and other internal injuries. A year later he was in a bus accident that left him an invalid for the rest of his life.

Naylor wrote eight books, many articles and pamphlets, many hymns and gospel songs, besides being a columnist in the Gospel Trumpet.

--John W.V. Smith, DNAH Archives

See also: Neidert, David L. (1985). Reformation's Song: A History of Church of God Music. Anderson, Ind.: the author.

Texts by C. W. Naylor (160)sort descendingAsInstances
A voice majestic from on highCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
All hail the day for which we yearnC. W. Naylor (Author)2
All my darkness Christ has scattered, bro't a glorious dawnC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Alone with Jesus, O how sweet, The seasons spent low at his feetCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Along the way of life are many foesCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
Are thy sins like clouds that gather 'roundC. W. Naylor (Author (st. 4))1
Are we bowed today in sorrowC. W. Naylor (Author (st. 4))1
Are you adorning the doctrineCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)7
Are you sinning day by dayC. W. Naylor (Author)2
As children favored of the LordNaylor (Author)2
As I come, O Savior, pleadingCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Baade i Liv og Doed, Baade ved Nat og DagCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Be an overcomer, only cowards yieldCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)10
Behold the Man of sorrows, Who walking in Israel's landC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Broder, nu er Veien aabenCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Brother, on the holy wayC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Bruder, heb im heil'gen ChorCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Can the Lord count you faithful?Charles W. Naylor (Author)3
Child of God's boundless mercyCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
Children join your God to blessNaylor (Author)2
Christ is mine, my heart's dear treasureCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
Come, all ye ransomed, let us be oneCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Come, justified soul, to the crossCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
Dark and gloomy is thy wayCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Das Abenlicht scheint belle numCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Death is not a valley dark that we should fearC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Death will come to every oneCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Dir, o Herr, hab ich mich ganz ergebenCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Dost thy soul ransomed from EgyptCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
Down from the portals of gloryCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Ein'n Grund hat die GemeineCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Eternal God, our refuge beCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Forward, forward is the battlecryCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
Fremad, fremad, er vort Krigsraab herCharles W. Naylor (Author)1
God has sent the Holy SpiritCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)7
God of light that illumes all spaceCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
God will give grace and gloryCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
God's way is best; if human wisdomCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
Grace, dear Lord, grace, dear LordCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)4
Guide of my youth be thou, O LordNaylor (Author)2
Heaven is a holy place, filled with glory and with graceCharles W. Naylor (Author)34
Heilig, heilig ist der Herr allm'chtigCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Heilig ist der HimmelsortCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Himlen er et helligt StedCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Himlen 'r en helig platsCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Holy, holy, is the Lord AlmightyC. W. Naylor (Author)3
How safe is the soul that abides in the LordC. W. N. (Author)4
Hushed is the woodbird's note, silent her song of gleeC. W. N. (Author)4
I am only an earthen vesselCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
I come, O Lord, to theeCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
I have a hope, serene and sureCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
I have a treasure in my heartC. W. Naylor (Author)2
I have read within the BibleCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
I have wandered in sin, and my soul is defiledCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
I have yielded myself to Thy serviceCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)11
I know on whom my faith is fixedCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
I love to think of Jesus, when he was here on earthCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
I mean to go right on until the crown is wonCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)7
I once was in bondage in Egypt's dark nightCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
I used to hear the promiseC. W. Naylor (Author)2
I walk today in the Christian wayCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)4
I was charmed by the world's allurementsCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
I was so lonely, so very lonelyC. W. Naylor (Author (st. 4))1
If we shall scatter tares in the fallowCharles W. Naylor (Author)7
In fervent prayer, with holy praiseNaylor (Author)2
In the Bible's standard of life we may findCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
In this wicked world am ICharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Is there any firm foundationC. W. Naylor (Author)2
It may be little that I can doCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
I've anchored my soul in God's promiseCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
I've turned from the world and its folliesCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
Jesus, my blessed RedeemerC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Jesus vil frelse, for dig har han givetCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Jesus will save, for your soul He hath givenCharles W. Naylor (Author)6
Joyful we walk on the King's highwayCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)3
Just beyond where the shadows are fallingCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
La senda de Jesús excedeCharles Naylor (Author)2
Lasst Voelker vor ihn tretenCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Let nations bow before HimC. W. Naylor (Author)4
Life's journey lies before my soulCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Long scattered thy children, O Zion, have beenC. W. N. (Author)8
Master and Lord ye call me todayCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
More like Christ, my heart is praying,Charles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
Not as teacher in JudeaC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Now is the day of salvation, The future no promise containsC. W. Naylor (Author)2
O beautiful Zion, fair bride of the LambCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
O day of all the days the bestCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
O herr versiegle michCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
O herrliches zion du braut unsres herrnCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
O lobt den Herrn, alle HeidenCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Oh, praise the Lord, all ye nations! Praise Him, all ye people!Charles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)5
O sinner, do no longerCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
O soul bowed down with grief and careCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
O soul on the broad wayCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Obey the Lord, 'tis better farC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Oft hoert ich die VerheissungCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Oft in silent meditationCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Oft in the noonday, the eveningCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Oft mals am Mittag and AbendCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Oh, Savior, seal my heartC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Oh, write Thy wondrous love divineCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
On the throne of David Christ is reigning nowC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Once again we come to the house of GodCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)9
Otra vez estamos unidos hoyCharles Naylor (Author)2
Out on the desert in darkness and sinCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Preach the truth, the saving truthCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Safe in the love of JesusC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Savior, now my heart is longingC. W. N. (Author)4
Shall I be ashamed of my Savior and KingCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
Should not the children of one FatherCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
Spirit holy in me dwellingCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)10
Stop, sinner, on your sinful wayCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Sweet fellowship unites our souls as oneC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Swiftly the shades of evening gather around thy wayCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
That heavenly Teacher, in words that are plainCharles W. Naylor (Author)7
The Church's one foundationCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author of vs. 4-5; Partial Aut)10
The church of God from heaven cameCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
The church of God one body isCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)4
The future lies unseen aheadCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)3
The light of eventide now shines the darkness to dispelCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
The promise true, which God hath spokenCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
The will of God was a galling thing to meCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
The world of sinners know not GodC. W. Naylor (Author)3
There is a name, a wonderful nameCharles W. Naylor (Author)1
There is no use to tell meCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
There's a mighty reformation sweeping o'er the landCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
Though Christ had borne my load of sinC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Thou art my soul's delightCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Thou, Lord of might and great renownCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Though I walk in ways unknownC. W. N. (Author)4
Through time I am passing: eternity's yearsC. W. Naylor (Author)3
'Tis a privilege great of those saved in the LordC. W. Naylor (Author)2
To God be the glory For all he hath doneCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
Turning thy face from all the pastCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Turning thy face from all the past,Charles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)2
Ueberwinde Bruder, nur der Feigling fliehtCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Un lugar de santidadCharles Naylor (Author)2
Unbekannt der weg mag seinCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Vorw'rts, vorw'rts, ist das FeldgeschreiCharles W. Naylor (Author)1
Wenn die Stuerme der Verfolgung nah'nCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
What are you sowing, sinnerCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
What hath the Lord done for thee?Charles W. Naylor (Author)4
When God doth call you, do you sayCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
When my soul is oppressed with the sorrows of lifeCharles W. Naylor (Author)5
When the earth shall cease to beCharles W. Naylor (Author)4
When the last earth-tie is sunderedC. W. N. (Author)4
When the sky is clear and I know no fearC. W. Naylor (Author)2
When the storm winds rage, and the rain falls fastCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
When the winds of persecution blowC. W. Naylor (Author)2
When you have come to the ending of lifeC. W. Naylor (Author)2
When you see Christ coming in the clouded skyC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Whether I live or die, Whether I wake or sleepCharles W. Naylor, 1874-1950 (Author)6
Whether life be long or the time be nearCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
Wie sicher der Christ, der da bleibtCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
Wie suess ist es, mit Gott alleinCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
With a shout of jubilation all my soul doth sayC. W. Naylor (Author)1
With joy we hail this blessed dayNaylor (Author)3
Without holiness no man shall see the LordCharles W. Naylor (Author)3
Would you go at last where the holy dwellC. W. Naylor (Author)2
Zieret dein Wandel die LehreCharles W. Naylor (Author)2
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