R. E. Winsett

R. E. Winsett
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Short Name: R. E. Winsett
Full Name: Winsett, R. E. (Robert Emmett), 1876-1952
Birth Year: 1876
Death Year: 1952

Robert Emmett Winsett (January 15, 1876 — June 26, 1952 (aged 76) was an American composer and publisher of Gospel music.

Winsett was born in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, and graduated from the Bowman Normal School of Music in 1899.

He founded his own publishing company in 1903, and his first publication, Winsett's Favorite Songs, quickly became popular among the Baptist and Pentecostal churches of the American South. Pentecostal Power followed in 1907; that year Winsett completed postgraduate work at a conservatory.

He married Birdie Harris in 1908, and had three sons and two daughters with her. He settled in Fort Smith, Arkansas, continuing to compose gospel songs, of which he would write over 1,000 in total. He became a minister in 1923, and was affiliated with the Church of God (Seventh Day).

Birdie Harris died late in the 1920s, and shortly thereafter Winsett moved back to Tennessee. He founded a new company in Chattanooga, and published more shape note music books. He remarried, to Mary Ruth Edmonton, in 1930, and had three further children.

Winsett's final publication, Best of All (1951), sold over 1 million copies, and in total his books sold over ten million copies. His song "Jesus Is Coming Soon" won a Dove Award for Gospel Song of the Year at the 1969 awards. He has been inducted into the Southern Gospel Museum and Hall of Fame.

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Texts by R. E. Winsett (169)sort descendingAsInstances
A certain man of whom we readR. E. W. (Arranger)1
A wonderful Friend is my Savior and KingR. E. W. (Author)2
All is right with me nowR. E. Winsett (Author)3
All my sins are blotted outR. E. Winsett (Author)3
All you sinners, plumb the lineR. E. W. (Arranger)1
Are you ready for the coming of the Lord from heavenR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Blow ye the trumpet, all ye Zion's hostR. E. Winsett (Author)14
Brother and sister, look up toward the skyR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Built on the rock, without spot or wrinkleR. E. Winsett (Author)10
Christians, awake, see the light has comeR. E. Winsett (Author)9
Christians, the Lord says, forward go to the harvestR. E. Winsett (Author)9
Come from the loathsome way of sinR. E. W. (Author (Vs. 4, 5, 6))3
Come, unto the SaviorR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Dear friends, I soon will be going homeR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Dear Jesus all my sins forgaveR. E. Winsett (Author)14
God is my everlasting stayR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Goodbye dear one, goodbyeR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Have you given up all for JesusR. E. Winsett (Author)4
Hear the invitation, to every nationR. E. Winsett (Author)4
Here in this world of sorrowR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Here we have many trials and tribulationsR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Here we have many trials and troubles each dayR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Hold me by thy handR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Holy Lord, Almighty KingR. E. Winsett (Author)2
How I long to meet my SaviorR. E. Winsett (Author)5
How sad, indeed, are all life's partingsR. E. Winsett (Author)4
I am bound for that bright cityR. E. Winsett (Author)19
I am going home to glory to that city brightR. E. Winsett (Author)2
I am going to that city (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)3
I am leaning on theeR. E. Winsett (Author)2
I am longing for the dawningR. E. Winsett (Author)5
I am now a child of God, I've been washed in Jesus' bloodR. E. W. (Arranger)3
I am resting, sweetly resting (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)2
I am traveling in the pathway, which our fathers trodR. E. Winsett (Author)5
I am waiting for my Savior (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)2
I care not today what the morrow may bringRobert E. Winsett (Author (st. 4))8
I dreamed that the great judgment morning (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)6
I have a friend in Jesus, one who caresR. E. Winsett (Author)2
I have found the Savior precious, and He's all in all to meR. E. W. (Author (Vs. 5))2
I have heard the mesage of the Lord todayR. E. Winsett (Author)2
I have known a life of sorrowR. E. Winsett (Author)9
I know the Lord is coming soonR. E. Winsett (Author)3
I live the overcomers' lifeR. E. Winsett (Author)2
I love the blessed sunshineR. E. Winsett (Author)4
I once was a stranger to grace and to God (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)3
I once was lost but now am [I'm] foundR. E. Winsett (Author)7
I remember how my Savior died for meR. E. Winsett (Author)6
I soon shall go before the judgment barR. E. Winsett (Author)4
I soon will cross the chilly tideR. E. Winsett (Author)2
I will follow Jeus bless his nameR. E. Winsett (Author)10
I'd rather have Jesus, Because he died for meR. E. Winsett (Author)2
If you are working to win the prizeR. E. Winsett (Author)6
If you need a friend to help you as you travelR. E. Winsett (Author)2
I'll be ready to go when the Bridegroom comesR. E. Winsett (Author)11
I'm glad I have salvation in my heartR. E. Winsett (Author)10
I'm going home to glory in the good old fashioned wayR. E. Winsett (Author)3
I'm going home to glory soonR. E. Winsett (Author)2
In darkness once I groped alongR. E. Winsett (Author)4
In psalms, hymns and spiritual songsR. E. Winsett (Author)2
In sorrow and in sin was IR. E. Winsett (Author)7
In the great triumphant morning When we hear the Bridegroom cryR. E. W. (Author)36
In the resurrection morning, When the trump of God shall soundR. E. W. (Author (v. 4))5
In the resurrection morning We shall see our blessed KingR. E. Winsett (Author)8
I've been cleansed from every sinR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Jesus, help me lead someoneR. E. Winsett (Author)5
Jesus keeps us day by dayR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Jesus, my blest RedeemerR. E. Winsett (Author)5
Jesus, my dear Savior, now is dwellingR. E. Winsett (Author)5
Jesus said of children, suffer them to comeR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Keep my soul, dear Lord, each dayR. E. Winsett (Author)7
Let the sunshine of God's love (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)4
Life's setting sun is in the westR. E. Winsett (Author)6
Lift me up above the shadowsR. E. W. (Author (st. 4))9
Like a ship on stormy seaR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Lord, we tarry for the powerR. E. Winsett (Author)4
Many here seek for landR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Many souls are now rejoicingR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Many years have come and goneR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Mother dear, I now must leave youR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Move forward, Christian soldiersR. E. W. (Author (vs. 4))1
Now the time is drawing nearR. E. Winsett (Author)5
Now time is so swiftly passing byR. E. Winsett (Author)2
O come, Holy Spirit, come into my heartR. E. Winsett (Author)2
O how glad I am to know himR. E. Winsett (Author)2
O how sweet to know that Jesus (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)3
O I want to walk in the heavenly wayR. E. Winsett (Author)2
O it was the love of GodR. E. Winsett (Author)2
O Jesus, we are childrenR. E. Winsett (Author)2
O let not your heart be troubled (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)2
O let your heart not troubled beR. E. Winsett (Author)4
O prodigal child, why longer roamR. E. Winsett (Author)3
O Savior, hear my humble pleaR. E. Winsett (Author)3
O sin sick one, come and be healedR. E. Winsett (Author)3
O sinner, why wander in darkness and sinR. E. Winsett (Author)2
O the pearly gates stand openR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Often my footsteps, while treading life's pathwayR. E. Winsett (Author)2
On a lonely mountain, neath the sky's blueR. E. Winsett (Author)2
On the resurrection morning (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)3
Once a girl stood on the cornerR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Once I wandered in darkness unsavedR. E. W. (Author (V. 4))2
Onward, time doth swiftly flyR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Our Lord shall come to earth againR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Our Savior promised to returnR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Savior, lead me by the [Thy] handR. E. Winsett (Author)6
Send the news everywhereR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Shall we meet again, dear motherR. E. Winsett (Author)4
Since baptized by Holy Ghost and fireR. E. Winsett (Author)5
Since Christ my heart hath cleansed from sinR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Since Christ my soul from sin set freeR. E. W. (Author (vs. 4))1
Since the dear Savior redeemed meR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Since the Lord made me wholeR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Sinner, come to the fountain of life flowing freeR. E. Winsett (Author)10
Sinner, turn, why will you lingerR. E. Winsett (Author)11
So long I wandered in darknessR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Some have never heard the storyR. E. W. (Author (Refrain))1
Soon all the labors of life will be overR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Soon our troubles here will endR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Soon, so soon the night will passR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Soon the King of kings shall descend from heavenR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Soon the Lord will come and will take us homeR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Soon the time will come, dear brotherR. E. Winsett (Author)5
Soon will the Bridegroom come to take us homeR. E. Winsett (Author)3
The blood of the Lamb covers every sinR. E. Winsett (Author)13
The gospel train is now passing alongR. E. Winsett (Author)2
The Lord is calling laborersR. E. Winsett (Author)2
The Lord shall be the hope of his peopleR. E. Winsett (Author)4
The time for parting now has comeR. E. Winsett (Author)4
The time is swiftly passing onwardR. E. Winsett (Author)7
The voice of the Savior is calling todayR. E. Winsett (Author)8
There are souls in sin which we fail to winR. E. W. (Author (V. 4))1
There is a land of pure delight (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)1
There is coming a day when to judgment we'll goR. E. Winsett (Author)19
There is wonder working power in the precious bloodR. E. Winsett (Author)16
There's a beautiful home in that city bright and fairR. E. Winsett (Author)6
There's a home of shining gloryR. E. Winsett (Author)2
There's a land beyond the sky (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)2
There's a vacant rocking chairR. E. Winsett (Author)2
There's nothing satisfies my soul, but JesusR. E. Winsett (Author)2
They come from the east and west, they come from the lands afarR. E. Winsett (Author (stanza 5))2
Though hard the pathway the saints must trodR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Though the world be sad and drearyR. E. Winsett (Author)2
'Tis God's dear hand that's leading meR. E. Winsett (Author)2
To a far distant land went a prodigal sonR. E. Winsett (Author)1
Troublesome times are here, filling men's hearts with fearR. E. W. (Author)2
Walk close to Jesus, he is your FriendR. E. Winsett (Author)2
We are busy reaping in the Master's fieldR. E. Winsett (Author)3
We are pilgrims on life's journey (Winsett)R. E. W. (Author)6
We are waiting for a blessingR. E. Winsett (Author)8
We have often heard the storyR. E. Winsett (Author)4
We shall never part up yonderR. E. Winsett (Author)2
We will sing hosannasR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Weary one as you travelR. E. Winsett (Author)2
We're looking for His coming, in the clouds of heavenR. E. W. (Author)21
We've often heard how Jesus came upon this earth to dieR. E. Winsett (Author)6
What a meeting up in heavenR. E. Winsett (Author)2
What wondrous love of God on highR. E. Winsett (Author)4
Whate'er we sow that we shall reapR. E. Winsett (Author)12
When Jesus comes to earth again, He'll bring with himR. E. Winsett (Author)2
When lost in darkness and in sinR. E. Winsett (Author)7
When our pilgrimage is o'er (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)4
When the days are dreary I can not be movedR. E. Winsett (Author)3
When the evening shadows gather (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)2
When the King of all kings shall descendR. E. Winsett (Author)2
When the sun refuses to shineR. E. Winsett (Author)18
When the trump of God shall sound (Winsett)R. E. Winsett (Author)2
When we go to meet the BridegroomR. E. Winsett (Author)2
Why should we be piningR. E. Winsett (Author)3
Yes I want to hear blessed Jesus then sayR. E. Winsett (Author)2
You may have friends in businessR. E. Winsett (Author)2

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