Treasure up the sunbeams

There are days of golden sunshine

Author: Frances E. Bolton
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Frances E. Bolton

Birth: Aug. 1, 1859, Chicago Cook County, Illinois, USA Death: Jun. 28, 1926, Battle Creek, Calhoun County Michigan, USA Frances Eugenia BOLTON is usually known as Fannie Bolton. Fannie BOLTON never married. Her father was a Methodist minister and she had at least two brothers. Fannie Bolton wrote the words of the well-known hymn "Not I, But Christ." Fannie became an Adventist in early 1885 at age 26 and remained one until she died. Toward the end of the 19th century (late 1800s) Fannie claimed to have visions. Fannie Bolton is a controversial figure in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist church in connection with the seven years or so that she served as one of the literary assistants to Ellen G. White. In June of 1883 F… Go to person page >

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First Line: There are days of golden sunshine
Title: Treasure up the sunbeams
Author: Frances E. Bolton
Refrain First Line: Let us treasure up the sunbeams

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Pentecostal Hymns No. 2, a Winnowed Collection for Evangelistic Services #d170

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