Was It for Me?

Was it for me the Savior came and bore the cross, the cross of shame?

Author: B. B. Edmiaston
Tune: [Was it for me the Saviour came]
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: B. B. Edmiaston

Benard Bates Edmiaston Born: Ju­ly 16, 1881, Ben­netts, Bax­ter Coun­ty, Ar­kan­sas. Died: De­cem­ber 2, 1964, Bronte, Tex­as. Buried: Fair­view Ce­me­te­ry, Bronte, Tex­as. Bernard was the son of Da­vid W. Ed­mi­as­ton and Geor­gia Ann Flu­ty, and hus­band of El­la Al­len. He stu­died mu­sic un­der Ru­fus Tur­ner, Frank­lin Ei­land, W. H. Law­son, Ber­ry Mc­Gee, Em­mett Dean, G. W. Fields, John Her­bert, and ma­ny oth­ers, and taught sing­ing schools for at least 38 years. He wrote and pub­lished songs through the Trio Mu­sic Com­pa­ny, Wa­co, Tex­as, and was di­rec­tor of the South­ern De­vel­op­ment Nor­mal School of Mu­sic in W­aco. © The Cyber Hymnal™ (www.hymntime.com/tch) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Was it for me the Savior came and bore the cross, the cross of shame?
Title: Was It for Me?
Author: B. B. Edmiaston
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Rejoice, my soul, I know it was for me
Publication Date: 1917
Copyright: Public Domain



Instances (1 - 7 of 7)

Bells of Bethlehem #d140

Carols of Peace for Christian Work and Worship #d139

Favorite Radio Songs #d181

Gospel Tidings, a Book of Select Gospel Songs #d138

New Victory #a126

The Guiding Star #d131

Victory #126

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