We All Might Do Good

Author: G. Linnaeus Banks

Banks, George Linnaeus, newspaper editor and verse writer, was born at Birmingham, March 2, 1821, and died in London, May 3, 1881. His hymn, “I live far those who love me” [Work for God], in the Tonic Solfa Reporter, June, 1861, and in Daisies in the Grass, 1865 (the joint work of himself and his wife, Isabella, née Varley), p. 21, entitled "What I live for," and signed G. L. B. It is in various recent hymnals, sometimes as in Worship Song, 1905, beginning "I'd live." [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: We all might do good, where we often do ill
Title: We All Might Do Good
Author: G. Linnaeus Banks
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Robin: A Collection #d32
Pure Diamonds #d111
Every Sabbath: a new collection of music adapted to the wants and capacities of Sunday-schools, the home circle and devotional gatherings #27Page Scan
Songs of Glory : For Sunday Schools, Churches and The Social Circle #35Page Scan
Crown of Glory #d114
The Welcome: a book of hymns, songs and lessons for the children of the New Church (3rd ed.) #46Page Scan
Songs of Gratitude, a Collection of New Songs for Sunday Schools and Worshiping Assemblies #69Page Scan
The Tree of Life: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings #33Page Scan
Songs of Gratitude #d139
The Hosanna #d146
Heart Songs : For Sunday Schools #151Page Scan
Select Songs No. 2: for the singing service in the prayer meeting; Sunday school; Christian Endeavor meetings #133Page Scan
The Praise Hymnal #d495
The Sunday School's Delight #d69
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