KA HAKU NO KU'U PU'UHONUA

Translator: "Hualalai", 1852-1938

"Hualalai" was the pen name of Ellen (or Ella) Hudson Paris, 1852-1938, daughter of John Davis Paris, a missionary in Hawai'i. (more information can be found on John Davis Paris and Hualalai on John Davis Paris's Wikipedia page). Go to person page >

Author: Ira D. Sankey, 1840-1908

Sankey, Ira David, was born in Edinburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1840, of Methodist parents. About 1856 he removed with his parents to Newcastle, Pennsylvania, where he became a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Four years afterwards he became the Superintendent of a large Sunday School in which he commenced his career of singing sacred songs and solos. Mr. Moody met with him and heard him sing at the International Convention of the Young Men's Christian Association, at Indianapolis, and through Mr. Moody's persuasion he joined him in his work at Chicago. After some two or three years' work in Chicago, they sailed for England on June 7, 1872, and held their first meeting at York a short time afterwards, only eight persons being present. T… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Ka Haku no ku'u Pu'uhonua
Title: KA HAKU NO KU'U PU'UHONUA
English Title: A Shelter in the Time of Storm
Translator: "Hualalai", 1852-1938
Author: Ira D. Sankey, 1840-1908
Language: Hawaiian
Refrain First Line: O Iesu ka Pohaku e malu ai
Publication Date: 1972
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1972.

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