Savior, Walk Beside Us

Savior, walk Thou still beside us

Author: Mary A. Kidder
Tune: [Savior, walk Thou still beside us]
Published in 5 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Saviour, walk Thou still beside us;
Weak and wayward are our feet;
Safely thro’ the mazes guide us
Till we reach Thy mercy set.
Precious Saviour, Precious Saviour,
Give us of Thy bread to eat.

2 Tender are Thy words of blessing,
Cheering us as on we go;
All our sins to Thee confessing,
Wash our souls as white as snow.
Precious Saviour, Precious Saviour,
Make us Thine where here below.

3 Lord, impart Thy great salvation,
Flowing full and free to all;
Short will be our earth-probation;
Fit us for the heavenly call.
Precious Saviour, Precious Saviour,
Be to us our all in all.


Source: Gems of Song: for the Sunday School #73

Author: Mary A. Kidder

Mary Ann Pepper Kidder USA 1820-1905. Born at Boston, MA, she was a poet, writing from an early age. She went blind at age 16, but miraculously recovered her sight the following year. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1844 she married Ellis Usher Kidder, a music publisher, working for the firm founded by his brother, Andrew, and they had three children: Mary Frances, Edward, and Walter. That year they moved to Charlestown, MA, and in 1857 to New York City. When the American Civil War broke out, Ellis enlisted in the 4th Regiment as a private. Mustered in for two years of service, he died of disease in 1862, six days after participating in the Battle of Antietam. Left alone, with three children to care for, her… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Savior, walk Thou still beside us
Title: Savior, Walk Beside Us
Author: Mary A. Kidder
Copyright: Public Domain

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Book of Praise for the Sunday School #94

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Gems of Song #73

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Our Song Book #67

Our Treasury of Song, for Use in the Emmanuel Baptist Church #d232

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Songs for Little Folks #35

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