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Why weepest thou, Whom seekest thou

Why weepest thou, Whom seekest thou

Author: Annie S. Hawks
Published in 8 hymnals

Author: Annie S. Hawks

Hawks, Annie Sherwood. Mrs. Hawks was born in Hoosick, N. Y., May 28, 1835, and has resided for many years at Brooklyn. Her hymns were contributed to Bright Jewels, Pure Gold, Boyal Diadem, Brightest and Best, Temple Anthems, Tidal Wave, and other popular Sunday School hymnbooks. They include "I need Thee every hour" (written April, 1872), "Thine, most gracious Lord," "Why weepest thou? Whom seekest thou?" and others of the same type. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Why weepest thou, Whom seekest thou
Author: Annie S. Hawks
Refrain First Line: O believe him, O receive him

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 8 of 8)
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Bright Jewels for the Sunday School #106

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Christian Songs #57

Gospel Hymn and Tune Book #d417

Gospel Music #d156

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Gospel Music #26

The Imperial Harmony #d330

The Song Evangel #d244

The Temple Harp #d403

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