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He that winneth souls is wise, Strive one soul to win

He that winneth souls is wise, Strive one soul to win

Author: Grace Weiser Davis
Tune: [He that winneth souls is wise] (Davis)
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Grace Weiser Davis

Grace Weiser Davis USA 1860-1933? Born near York, PA, she married judge James Nixon Davis in 1889. They attended the Asbury United Methodist Church in York. She became a Methodist evangelist. In 1900 she moved to Jersey City, NJ. She compiled several works, including: “Gems of gospel songs” (1885), “Favorite gospel songs” (1894) with Elisha A. Hoffman, “Childhood conversions” (1897). John Perry  Go to person page >

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First Line: He that winneth souls is wise, Strive one soul to win
Author: Grace Weiser Davis
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Win one, win one, do for Christ the very best
Copyright: Public Domain

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Celestial Showers No. 1, a collection of gospel songs used in Rev. I. Toliver's Meetings #96

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Favorite Gospel Songs #28

Favorite Gospel Songs. New ed. #d55

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