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Like the lilies toiling not, Casting every care on Jesus

Like the lilies toiling not, Casting every care on Jesus

Author: Manie P. Ferguson
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: Manie P. Ferguson

Manie Payne Ferguson United Kingdom 1850-1932. Born in Carlow, Ireland, in 1883 she married Theodore Pollock Ferguson, a past Presbyterian minister from Ohio, who had become an itinerant evangelical preacher. They moved to Los Angeles, CA, in 1885. He became a pioneer leader in the American Holiness Movement, a Christian evangelist, and social worker, founding, along with her husband, the non-denominational Peniel Mission in 1886. In 1894 they received a significant financial donation from George Studd allowing them to expand the mission. They constructed a 900-seat auditorium and ministry centre there in Los Angeles. They partnered with Studd and Phineas Bresee, each acting as a superintendent of the mission organization. In 1894 D… Go to person page >

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First Line: Like the lilies toiling not, Casting every care on Jesus
Author: Manie P. Ferguson
Refrain First Line: O glorious place of rest
Copyright: Public Domain

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Evangelistic Hymns #d100

Evangelistic Hymns No. 2 #d99

The Happy Singer #d78

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The Highway Hymnal #36

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