George W. Sederquist

Short Name: George W. Sederquist
Full Name: Sederquist, G. W. (George W.), 1838-1921
Birth Year: 1838
Death Year: 1921

From The World's Crisis, 13 April 1921, p.7:

"Elder Sederquist was born in Lower Granville, Nova Scotia, according to the narrative in his Life and Labors, Sept. 10, 1838. He was converted about the first of the year 1863, was baptized in February, and was soon out in the field in Gospel work, with open doors for his labors. After a few years he accepted the Adventist faith, and in the spring of 1871 entered the United States and took up his home in Lynn [Mass.]."

--Entire article available in the DNAH Archives. Also available is a short article (and photo) about Sederquist in the Messiah's Advocate, 7 December 1910.


Texts by George W. Sederquist (20)sort descendingAsInstances
A ruler once came to Jesus and saidG. W. Sederquist (Author)2
I am on the gospel railway, en route to Canaan's landG. W. Sederquist (Author)2
I am redeemed, O wonderful loveG. W. Sederquist (Author)6
I believe the Bible, it taught me how to prayG. W. S. (Author (Vs. 3))4
I love to sing of my heavenly homeG. W. Sederquist (Author)2
I must go, when Jesus calls meG. W. Sederquist (Author)4
Jesus is coming, tell the glad storyG. W. Sederquist (Author)4
Jesus, the Savior, by faith I can seeG. W. S. (Author)2
Jesus, the Savior, from NazarethG. W. S. (Author)2
Many souls on life's dark oceanG. W. S. (Author)4
O hear the cry of the dying thiefG. W. Sederquist (Author)3
O what shall it profit thee by and byG. W. S. (Author)2
Only a little while, to walk with weary feetG. W. Sederquist (Author)6
Say, why do you linger so long in sinG.W. Sederquist (Author)1
The Savior is coming he callethG. W. S. (Author)4
'Tis almost time for the Lord to comeG. W. S. (Author)37
'Tis Jesus, the Shepherd, who cares for the sheepG. W. Sederquist (Author)4
'Twas early in the morningG. W. S. (Author)4
We are sowing the seed of the word of lifeG. W. Sederquist (Author)3
Working for Jesus toilingG. W. Sederquist (Author)2

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