No Other Name But Jesus

There is a name I love to hear, A name to me most sweet

Author: Harry C. Ayres
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Harry C. Ayres

Ayres, H. C., born about 1849, a member of the Baptist denomination, and a resident in Philadelphia, is the author of:— 1. One there is who loves thee. [Love of Christ.] A popular hymn and well known in Great Britain, through I. D. Sankey's Sacred Sings & Solos, enlarged edition, No. 310. It was written during the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, the theme having been suggested by the expression," One there is Who loves and waits to bless," used by Mr. W. H. Doane (q. v.) in prayer at a meeting of friends at which Mr. Ayres was present. The manuscript was presented to Mr. Doane a day or two afterwards. It was set to music by Mr. Doane, and published forthwith. The original text and music are in Mr. Sankey's Songs & S… Go to person page >

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First Line: There is a name I love to hear, A name to me most sweet
Title: No Other Name But Jesus
Author: Harry C. Ayres
Language: English
Refrain First Line: No other name but Jesus
Copyright: Public Domain


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