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Jesus Evermore is Calling

Jesus evermore is calling, Gently calling "Follow Me!"

Author: Charles Walker Ray
Tune: [Jesus evermore is calling]
Published in 6 hymnals

Author: Charles Walker Ray

Rv Charles Walker Ray DD USA 1832-1917. Born at Otselic, NY, he became a Baptist minister. He was educated at Hamlton College, Clinton, NY. He earned his doctorate from Monongahela College, Jefferson, PA. That school closed in 1894. He pastored at North Stonington, CT, for a number of years. He also served at Plymouth, NY. He married Julia Tracy Sheffield, and they had a son, Arthur. He wrote a number of books and song books: “Grace Vernon Bussell, the heroine of western Australia” (1878); “Spicy breezes” (1883); “The day school crown” (1892); “The revival helper: a collection of songs for Christian work and worship” (1893); “Bright blossoms of song” (1895); “Zion’s delight” (1901); “The song of songs… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus evermore is calling, Gently calling "Follow Me!"
Title: Jesus Evermore is Calling
Author: Charles Walker Ray
Language: English
Refrain First Line: He is waiting, He is pleading
Copyright: Public Domain

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Bright Blossoms of Song #d41

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Spicy Breezes #106

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Spicy Breezes #124

The Revival Helper #d79

The Sunday School's Delight #d33

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Zion's Delight #198

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