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I Will Sing unto the LORD

Meter: Irregular Appears in 7 hymnals First Line: I will sing unto the LORD, for he has triumphed gloriously Lyrics: I will sing unto the LORD, for he ... into the sea. I will sing unto the LORD, for he ... use at Easter: I will sing unto the LORD, for he ...
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I Will Sing of My Redeemer

Author: Philip P. Bliss Meter: with refrain Appears in 285 hymnals Refrain First Line: Sing, oh, sing of my Redeemer Lyrics: 1. I will sing of my Redeemer And His ... set me free. Refrain: Sing, oh, sing of my Redeemer, With His ... hell. [Refrain] 4. I will sing of my Redeemer, And His ... Scripture: Ephesians 1:7 Used With Tune: MY REDEEMER

When We All Get To Heaven

Author: Eliza Edmunds Stites Hewitt Appears in 271 hymnals First Line: Sing the wondrous love of Jesus Lyrics: ... wondrous love of Jesus, Sing His mercy and His grace. ... all see Jesus, We’ll sing and shout the victory! 2 ... Used With Tune: [Sing the wondrous love of Jesus] Text Sources: Pentecostal Praises by William J. Kirkpatrick and Henry L. Gilmour (Phladelphia: Hall-Mack, 1898)


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Composer: Felix Mendelssohn, 1809-1840 Appears in 327 hymnals Tune Sources: Taken from Felix Mendelssohn's Festgesang an die Kunstler , Op. 68. ... 1840 Tune Key: F Major or modal Incipit: 51171 33255 54323 Used With Text: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing


Composer: Thomas Jarman, 1782-1862 Meter: Appears in 47 hymnals Tune Key: G Major Incipit: 13456 54343 1271 Used With Text: O for a thousand tongues to sing
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Composer: David Evans Meter: D Appears in 233 hymnals Tune Sources: Traditional Spanish melody Tune Key: A Flat Major Incipit: 17161 53142 17117 Used With Text: Come, Christians, Join to Sing


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Sing About Jesus

Author: B. E. W. Hymnal: Timeless Truths #115 Meter: D First Line: Sing about Jesus who died to save Refrain First Line: Sing about Jesus, my loving Lord Lyrics: ... grave; Sing about Him, yes, sing about Him. Refrain: Sing about ... Jesus, my loving Lord; Sing about Him, sing ... about Him; Sing of His ... His name confess, Sing about Him, yes, sing about Him. ... Scripture: Isaiah 52:9 Tune Title: [Sing about Jesus who died to save]

Sing It Again

Author: Daniel S. Warner Hymnal: Timeless Truths #523 Meter: First Line: Let us sing the name of Jesus, oh, that name we love so dear! Refrain First Line: Sing it again, sing it again Lyrics: ... precious is the flow! Sing, oh, sing the name of Jesus, ... white as snow. Refrain: Sing it again, sing it again, Sweetest of ... the names that angels sing above, Sing it again, sing it again, Jesus ... host above. [Refrain] 3 Sing, oh, sing the name of Jesus, He ... Scripture: Psalm 7:17 Tune Title: [Let us sing the name of Jesus, oh, that name we love so dear]

I Will Sing the Wondrous Story

Author: Francis H. Rowley; Ira D. Sankey Hymnal: Timeless Truths #404 Meter: D Refrain First Line: Yes, I’ll sing the wondrous story Lyrics: 1 I will sing the wondrous story Of the ... Calvary. Refrain: Yes, I’ll sing the wondrous story Of the ... Christ Who died for me, Sing it with the saints in ... Scripture: Psalm 89:1 Tune Title: [I will sing the wondrous story]


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R. E. Hudson

1843 - 1901 Person Name: R. E. H. Author (refrain) of "Blessed Be the Name of the Lord" in Timeless Truths Ralph Hudson (1843-1901) was born in Napoleon, OH. He served in the Union Army in the Civil War. After teaching for five years at Mt. Union College in Alliance he established his own publishing company in that city. He was a strong prohibitionist and published The Temperance Songster in 1886. He compiled several other collections and supplied tunes for gospel songs, among them Clara Tear Williams' "All my life long I had panted" (Satisfied). See 101 More Hymn Stories, K. Osbeck, Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1985). Mary Louise VanDyke

Christopher Walker

b. 1947 Person Name: Christopher Harvey Walker, b. 1947 Composer of "[Sing of the Lord's goodness, Father of all wisdom]" in The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook

Thomas Haweis

1734 - 1820 Person Name: T. Haweis Composer (melody, later form) of "RICHMOND" in Rejoice in the Lord Thomas Haweis (b. Redruth, Cornwall, England, 1734; d. Bath, England, 1820) Initially apprenticed to a surgeon and pharmacist, Haweis decided to study for the ministry at Oxford and was ordained in the Church of England in 1757. He served as curate of St. Mary Magdalen Church, Oxford, but was removed by the bishop from that position because of his Methodist leanings. He also was an assistant to Martin Madan at Locke Hospital, London. In 1764 he became rector of All Saints Church in Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire, and later served as administrator at Trevecca College, Wales, a school founded by the Countess of Huntingdon, whom Haweis served as chaplain. After completing advanced studies at Cambridge, he published a Bible commentary and a volume on church history. Haweis was strongly interested in missions and helped to found the London Mission Society. His hymn texts and tunes were published in Carmino Christo, or Hymns to the Savior (1792, expanded 1808). Bert Polman ============================ Haweis, Thomas, LL.B., M.D., born at Truro, Cornwall, 1732. After practising for a time as a Physician, he entered Christ's College, Cambridge, where he graduated. Taking Holy Orders, he became Assistant Preacher to M. Madan at the Lock Hospital, London, and subsequently Rector of All Saints, Aldwincle, Northamptonshire. He was also Chaplain to Lady Huntingdon, and for several years officiated at her Chapel in Bath. He died at Bath, Feb. 11, 1820. He published several prose works, including A History of the Church, A Translation of the New Testament, and A Commentary on the Holy Bible. His hymns, a few of which are of more than ordinary merit, were published in his Carmina Christo; or, Hymns to the Saviour. Designed for the Use and Comfort of Those who worship the Lamb that was slain. Bath, S. Hayward, 1792 (139 hymns), enlarged. London, 1808 (256 hymns). In 1794, or sometime after, but before the enlarged edition was published, two hymns "For the Fast-day, Feb. 28, 1794," were added to the first edition. These were, "Big with events, another year," and "Still o'er the deep the cannon's roar." The most popular and widely used of his hymns are, "Behold the Lamb of God, Who bore," &c.; "Enthroned on high, Almighty Lord"; and “O Thou from Whom all goodness flows." The rest, all being from Carmina Christo, first edition 1792, are:— 1. Dark was the night and cold the ground. Gethsemane. 2. From the cross uplifted high. Christ in Glory. 3. Great Spirit, by Whose mighty power. Whitsuntide. 4. Submissive to Thy will, my God. Resignation. 5. The happy morn is come. Easter. 6. Thou Lamb of God, that on the tree. Good Friday. The hymn, "Thy Head, the crown of thorns that wears," in Stryker & Main's Church Praise Book, N. Y., 1882, begins with st. ii. of this hymn. 7. To Thee, my God and Saviour, My heart, &c. Praise for Redemption. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


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Published hymn books and other collections

Keeps Me Singing

Publication Date: 1958 Publisher: John T. Benson Pub. Co. Publication Place: Nashville, Tenn. Editors: T. Babcock; John T. Benson Pub. Co.
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Sing Joyfully

Publication Date: 1989 Publisher: Tabernacle Pub. Co. Publication Place: Carol Stream, Ill. Editors: Jack Schrader

Singing the Faith

Publication Date: 2011 Publisher: Hymns Ancient & Modern for the Methodist Church Publication Place: London Editors: Peter Brophy


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