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A Charge to Keep I Have

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 1,255 hymnals Lyrics: 1 A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify, Who gave His Son my soul to save, And fit it for the sky. 2 To serve the present age, My calling to fulfill; O may it all my powers engage To do my Master's will! 3 Arm me with jealous care As in Thy sight to ... Topics: Stewardship, Tithing Used With Tune: BOYLSTON
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We Give Thee but Thine Own

Author: William W. How Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 423 hymnals Lyrics: 1 We give Thee but Thine own, Whate'er the gift may be; All that we have is Thine alone, A trust, O Lord, from Thee. 2 May we Thy bounties thus As stewards true receive, And gladly, as Thou blessest us, To Thee our first fruits give. 3 The captive to ... Topics: Stewardship, Tithing Used With Tune: ST. ANDREW
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Trust, Try, and Prove Me

Author: Lida Shivers Leech Meter: Irregular Appears in 29 hymnals First Line: Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse Refrain First Line: Trust Me, try Me Lyrics: 1 Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, All your ... Topics: Stewardship, Tithing Used With Tune: GIVING

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[Bring ye all the tithes into the store-house]

Composer: Lydia S. Leech Appears in 13 hymnals Incipit: 11111 71235 66665 Used With Text: Trust, Try, and Prove Me
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[We are bringing all the tithes to the storehouse]

Composer: Grace Weiser Davis Appears in 1 hymnal Used With Text: Bring All the Tithes to the Storehouse
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[Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse]

Composer: Chas. H. Gabriel Appears in 2 hymnals Used With Text: Bringing in the tithes

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Bring All the Tithes to the Storehouse

Author: G. W. D. Hymnal: Favorite Gospel Songs #10 (1894) First Line: We are bringing all the tithes to the storehouse Refrain First Line: All we give, all receive Scripture: Malachi 3:10 Languages: English Tune Title: [We are bringing all the tithes to the storehouse]
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Bringing in the tithes

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Pentecostal Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined #26 (1911) First Line: Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse Refrain First Line: Prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts Topics: Benevolence; Blessing; Giving Languages: English Tune Title: [Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse]
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Bringing in the tithes

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Jubilant Voices for Sunday Schools and Devotional Meetings #124 (1905) First Line: Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse Refrain First Line: Prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts Topics: Loyalty-Obedience; Promises; Reward Tune Title: [Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse]

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Mrs. C. H. Morris

1862 - 1929 Person Name: Mrs. C. H. M. Author of "When the Tithes are Gathered In" in The Best of All Lelia (Mrs. C.H.) Morris (1862-1929) was born in Pennsville, Morgan County, Ohio. When her family moved to Malta on the Muskingum River she and her sister and mother had a millinery shop in McConnelsville. She and her husband Charles H. Morris were active in the Methodist Episcopal Church and at the camp meetings in Sebring and Mt. Vernon. She wrote hymns as she did her housework. Although she became blind at age 52 she continued to write hymns on a 28-foot long blackboard that her family had built for her. She is said to have written 1000 texts and many tunes including "Sweeter as the years go by." Mary Louise VanDyke

H. L. Gilmour

1836 - 1920 Person Name: Henry Lake Gilmour Composer of "[Hear the words of Scripture from the ages past]" in The Cyber Hymnal Born: January 19, 1836, Londonderry, Ireland. Died: May 20, 1920, Delair, New Jersey, after a buggy accident. Buried: Wenonah Cemetery, Mantua Township, New Jersey. Gilmour emigrated to America as a teenager. He started working as a painter, then served in the American civil war, where he was captured and spent several months in Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia. After the war, he became a dentist. In 1869, he moved to Wenonah, New Jersey, and helped found the Wenonah Methodist Church in 1885. For four decades, he directed the choir at the Pitman Grove Camp Meeting, and worked at camp meetings and revivals in Mountain Lake Park, Maryland, and Ridgeview Park, Pennsylvania. His works include: The Silver Trumpet, with Kelso Carter (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1889) Sunlit Songs, with John Sweney & Henry Gilmour (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1890) Radiant Songs, with John Sweney & William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1891) Winning Songs, with John Sweney & William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1892) Praise in Song, with William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1893) Songs of Love and Praise, No. 2, with John Sweney & William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1895) Songs of Love and Praise, No. 3, with John Sweney & William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1896) Songs of Love and Praise, No. 4, with John Sweney & Howard Entwisle (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John J. Hood, 1897) Gospel Praises, No. 2, with William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Hall-Mack Company, 1900) Hymns of Grace & Glory, with Joshua Gill & William Kirkpatrick (Cleveland, Ohio: Evangelical Publishing House, 1901) Songs of the Living Way, with William Kirkpatrick & E. L. Hyde (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Pepper Publishing Company, 1901) Grateful Praise, with William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Hall-Mack Company, 1902) Songs of Christian Service, with William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Hall-Mack Company, 1903) The Tribute of Song, with William Kirkpatrick et al. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Hall-Mack Company, 1904) The King’s Praises, with William Kirkpatrick et al. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Praise Publishing Company, 1907) The Gospel in Song, with Milton S. Rees & William Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Praise Publishing Company, 1908) The Old Story in Song Number Two, with William Kirkpatrick et al. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Praise Publishing Company, 1908) Songs of Praise and Power, with William Kirkpatrick et al. (Chicago, Illinois: The Christian Witness Company, 1909) The King’s Praises Number 2, with William Kirkpatrick et al. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Praise Publishing Company, 1910) The King’s Praises Number Three, with William Kirkpatrick et al. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Praise Publishing Company, 1912) --www.hymntime.com/tch

Chas. H. Gabriel

1856 - 1932 Person Name: C. H. G. Author of "Bringing in the tithes" in Pentecostal Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined Pseudonyms: C. D. Emerson, Charlotte G. Homer, S. B. Jackson, Jennie Ree ============= For the first seventeen years of his life Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (b. Wilton, IA, 1856; d. Los Angeles, CA, 1932) lived on an Iowa farm, where friends and neighbors often gathered to sing. Gabriel accompanied them on the family reed organ he had taught himself to play. At the age of sixteen he began teaching singing in schools (following in his father's footsteps) and soon was acclaimed as a fine teacher and composer. He moved to California in 1887 and served as Sunday school music director at the Grace Methodist Church in San Francisco. After moving to Chicago in 1892, Gabriel edited numerous collections of anthems, cantatas, and a large number of songbooks for the Homer Rodeheaver, Hope, and E. O. Excell publishing companies. He composed hundreds of tunes and texts, at times using pseudonyms such as Charlotte G. Homer. The total number of his compositions is estimated at about seven thousand. Gabriel's gospel songs became widely circulated through the Billy Sunday­-Homer Rodeheaver urban crusades. Bert Polman



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