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Some mother's child, out in the wild

Some mother's child, out in the wild

Author: Arthur F. Ingler
Tune: [Some mother’s child, out in the wild]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Some mother’s child, out in the wild,
Far from the dear Shepherd’s fold;
Bruised by the storm, sad and forlorn,
Lost in the darkness and cold.

Refrain:
Some mother’s child, out in the wild,
Strayed from the fold away;
Loved ones are there, pleading in pray’r,
Praying for you all day.

2 Some mother’s child, head-strong and wild,
Snared by the demon of drink;
Hell is your doom, dense is the gloom
Oh, sinner, stop now and think. [Refrain]

3 Some mother’s child, lost and beguiled,
Jesus is passing this way—
Seeking the lost, great tho’ the cost,
Turning their night into day. [Refrain]

4 Some mother’s child, looked up and smiled,
When the Samaritan came;
Great tho’ the need, kind was the deed,
Done in the Master’s dear name. [Refrain]

5 Some mother’s child, saved from the wild,
Sitting with Christ on His throne;
Ever to be, happy and free,
With the redeemed ones at home.

Some mother’s child, saved from the wild,
Walking the streets of gold;
Ever to be, happy and free,
Safe in the heav’nly fold.

Source: The Joy Bells of Canaan or Burning Bush Songs No. 2 #71

Author: Arthur F. Ingler

Born: May 12, 1873, Montandon, Pennsylvania. Died: August 8, 1935, Abington, Connecticut. Buried: North Swansea, Rhode Island. The 1900 census shows Ingler as a "vocalist" living in Denver, Colorado. The 1920 census shows him as a Nazarene preacher in Tillamook, Oregon. After the death of his wife Amalia, he moved east and married Lura Horton, who at the time was pastor of the People’s Church of the Nazarene in Providence, Rhode Island. The two of them served joint pastorates in Fitchburg, Massachusetts; Jackman, Maine; North Attleboro, Massachusetts; New Haven, Connecticut; and, in 1931, at Emmanuel Church, Pawtucket, Rhode Island. His works include: Burning Bush Songs No. 1 (Chicago, Illinois: Metropolitan Church Association… Go to person page >

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First Line: Some mother's child, out in the wild
Author: Arthur F. Ingler

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Instances (1 - 4 of 4)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Holiness to the Lord #d168
Hymns for the Master #d94
Songs of the Pentecostal Flame #d84
The Joy Bells of Canaan or Burning Bush Songs No. 2 #71TextAudioPage Scan
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