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Have you sad and weary grown

Have you sad and weary grown

Author: A. F. Myers
Tune: [Sun-light in the Soul]
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: A. F. Myers

A. F. Myers, 19th Century Myers’ Seed Sow­er and Search Light were pub­lished in To­le­do, Ohio, so pre­sum­a­bly he lived in or near To­le­do around 1900. His works in­clude: The Life Line The Search Light (To­le­do, Ohio: W. W. Whit­ney Com­pa­ny, 1894) The Seed Sow­er, a Col­lect­ion of Songs for Sun­day Schools and Gos­pel Meet­ings (To­le­do, Ohio: W. W. Whit­ney Com­pa­ny, 1897) Lyrics-- Blood of Je­sus Cleans­eth Me, The Children, Je­sus Calls You Come Over and Help Us Come to the Land Where the Ser­a­phim Shine Do the Cares of Life Oppress? Drinking at the Fount­ain Pure Follow, Fol­low, Fol­lowing Je­sus the Mas­ter Friend After Frien… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Have you sad and weary grown
Author: A. F. Myers
Refrain First Line: Sunlight in the soul
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 3 of 3)

Gospel Voices #d25

Sweet Harmonies (A New Song Book) #d47

The Search Light #120

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