Composer: Abraham Maxim
Published in 5 hymnals

Composer: Abraham Maxim

Abraham Maxim was from Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He settled in the 1790's in Turner, Maine where he taught singing schools and converted to Universalism. Maxim’s works include: The Oriental Harmony, 1802, The Northern Harmony, 1805, and The Gospel Hymn Book, 1818. Dianne Shapiro from introductory essay by Stephen Marini in "The Norumbega Harmony," The University of Mississippi Press, 2004  Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: Abraham Maxim
Incipit: 13451 77153 54324
Key: e minor or modal
Source: Arranged
Copyright: Public Domain


For Victorious Faith

As on some lonely building's top

Let us adore the grace that seeks

Let us adore the grace that seeks
To draw our hearts above!
Attend, 'tis God the Savior speaks,
And every word is love.

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An American Christmas Harp #129

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