Workers, Friends, Home Church, The Truth, The Way, Meetings, Gospel, Cooneyites, Christian Conventions, Hymns Old & New
Hymns Old and New, 1987 Ed.
Revised October 1, 2017

Hymns Old and New, 1987 Ed.

Letters Regarding the Hymnbook Revision Process

The 29 Hymns LEFT OUT of 1987 Edition

New Hymns ADDED to the 1987 Edition

Reprint of Hymn Authors for 1987 Hymns Old and New

Letter from R. L. Allan & Sons, Publishers of Hymns Old and New

Reprint of:  Authors of Hymns Old and New, 1987 Edition



The Revision Process Of Hymns Old & New (from 1951 Edition to 1987)

EDITORS NOTE: The formal process of revising the Hymnbook appears to have begun with this letter written by Ernest Nelson.


7131 Kimberly Drive
Richmond, B.C.
Canada, V7A 4S7
February, 1983

Dear fellow-laborer,

There are a number of workers in Canada and U.S.A. that would like new hymnbooks.  We have written to Percy Fletcher in England and he replied if the workers in Canada would like to work on this project it would be all right with him.  Percy said that when they made the last book, copyrighted in 1951, they tried to make an international English hymnbook, giving all the workers a chance to choose the hymns they  liked.  The hymns that the most of the workers liked were chosen.  However, some hymns had to be omitted, due to the difficulty in getting copyrights.  About 32 years have passed, and it may be possible for us to get copyrights on some of the hymns that were favorites years ago.  We have appreciated the way R. L. Allan & Son has worked with us in the printing and distribution of our present  hymnbook, and we would like them to handle the new book also.

Enclosed is a list of all the hymns in our present book and a few from the various leaflets that are being used by our people in different countries.  Some of the old hymns and some in these leaflets would be unknown to many of our workers.  Therefore, we have compiled a new leaflet so all the workers can get acquainted with the music and the words of these hymns, enabling them to choose what they would like for the new book.  The enclosed list will be used as a ballot.

On the ballot, if you would put an 'X' in the box in front of the hymns you would like for the book, then the favorites of all could be tallied.  The hymns you would like to be in the gospel section could be marked with a 'G' in the box instead of an 'X'.  From all the hymns listed on the ballot each worker would have the choice of 335 hymns (the same number that is in the present book).

Some of you might like to choose a hymn that is not listed on the enclosed sheet.  You can send it with music, the author of the words and the author of the music, and state if you know whether or not it is copyrighted.  In the publishing of any book there are errors in grammar, punctuation and music.  We would appreciate receiving any corrections on a separate sheet.  If you would like any of our hymns put to other music, we would like to know this also.  Some of the hymns that have been omitted are very good for solos, duets or quartets, but most would prefer ones that are suitable for our fellowship and gospel meetings, with music not too difficult for the average person to sing.  Some of the hymns in our book are rarely sung because of the music--for example, #285.  This hymn was originally written to tune #438 in Redemption Songs ("I've Seen the Face of Jesus") and it went very well to that.  Some of the workers have suggested having a few more hymns in the gospel book.  Hymn #309 should go in the gospel book.  We would appreciate any suggestions you may have for a better book.

Some of our friends in California have offered the use of tabulating machines that would simplify counting the votes.  After you have gotten acquainted with the hymns on the leaflet and have made your choice of hymns, you can send the completed ballot, plus any additional hymns or corrections to:  L. McMullen, 108 - 7th Street S.W., Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, R1N 2K5

When we know which are the favorites, we can begin to work on the copyrights for the new book.  After receiving all your choices of hymns, along with those you would like to suggest, then a second leaflet can be made to acquaint all of the workers with the new hymns.  Choosing the hymns will be difficult, but we would like, as Percy suggested, to have all of the workers considered in making the choice.  We would appreciate receiving your ballot by October 1, 1983.  Please use the envelope provided.

Greetings and vest best wishes for fruitful days.

Your brother in Christ,

(Signed)  Ernest Nelson



SCRIPTURES FOR HYMNS

Several suggestions have been received expressing the desire to have scripture references included with hymns that are clearly inspired by certain passages.  Perhaps you would give us your opinion on printing the following references above the top stave of the hymn:



ADDITIONAL CHOICES WHICH ARE UNLISTED:

3 August 1983

Dear_______:

Subject:  New Hymn Book

Stanley has just been informed, and wanted you to know, that a choice of 375 hymns is now possible, instead of 335 as originally indicated in the February letter.

This will also serve as a reminder that we would like to have your ballot in by 1st October 1983.

Best Wishes,

Lorie McMullen



[BALLOT]

NAME AND ADDRESS OF WORKER: _______________________________

INSTRUCTIONS:   Each worker is to mark his favorite 335 hymns.  The hymns you would like to be in the gospel section could be marked with a 'G' in the box instead of an 'X'.  If there is a preference of tunes other than in the present book, or corrections in the words or music, please note on separate sheet.

[List of 335 hymns in 1951 Hymns Old and New followed. ]

OTHER HYMNS -- number one

[List of 70 other hymns]

PLEASE WRITE IN BELOW ANY ADDITIONAL CHOICES WHICH ARE UNLISTED:

HYMN  - AUTHOR - COMPOSER

If you have listed any additional choices above, please send a copy of the words and music.
 



The 32 Hymns NOT Reprinted
in Hymns Old and New (1987 Edition)

    5  O Love That Will Not Let Me Go - G. Matheson
  10  Jesus Died for Sinners - Ed Cooney
  16  The Saviour is Calling - Sam Jones
  22 Souls of Men - Frederick W. Faber
  28  Faintly the shadows fall - James Jardine
  31  I was a Wandering Sheep - Horatius Bonar
  34  The Voice of Jesus Calls - Sam Jones
  38  Jesus is Calling To-day - Fanny J. Crosby
  59  Where Will you Spend Eternity?  - Elisha A. Hoffman
  60  Where Will You Dwell Eternally?  - Sam Jones
  92  Have you Counted the Cost - A. J. Hodge
  95  O Jesus, Thou Art Standing - William W. How
  99  The Voice of God is Calling - Sam Jones
 102  A Few More Years shall Roll - Horatius Bonar
 131  O God Give Ear (King David)
 152  A Living Offering - William Weir
 185  Come to Our Help - Robert Blair
 188  When Storms Are Raging - Sandy Scott
 204  Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts - St. Bernard of Clairvaux
 209  A Homeless Stranger - Paul Gerhardt
 239  Cease Not - James Fawcett
 259  Live Out Thy Life - Frances R. Havergal
 275  I am His and He is Mine - George W. Robinson
 279  The Sweetest Story - James Jardine
 296  Jesus, Thy Life is Mine - Frances R. Havergal
 311  Light After Darkness - Frances R. Havergal
 313  When the Weary, Seeking Rest - Horatius Bonar
 324  Constrained by love - James Jardine
 325 Jesus my Shepherd is – Sam Jones
 326 Softly The Voice of Jesus - James Fawcett
 328  O Blessed Lord, the night - John Martin
 334  Life at Best is Very Brief - James Craig

32 TOTAL HYMNS LISTED ABOVE

Of the Hymns in the 1951 book that were not included in the 1987 edition were 10 hymns written by friends and workers and 7 where the author died in the 1800s (so their omission wasn't likely a copyright issue).


New Hymns Included in the 1987 Hymnbook


  
5  To This Earth
   7  O Tell Me More
  22  Is It Nothing To You?
  31  Hasten To The Place Of Refuge
  38  This Question God Would Ask
  37  Nothing Matters But Salvation
  43  The Way That Leads To Heaven
  44  Take One Forward Step
  60  Teach Me Thy Way
  63  Precious Seed
  65  The Precious Seed is Scattered
  66  O Seeking Soul
  67  Soul Adrift
  68  Is There No One To Help Us?
  69  To Whom, Lord, Shall We Go?
  71  Perishing
  84  Follow Me
  89  Give Me Thy Heart
  94  While Your Mind Is Calm
104  Life Passes Like A Dream
105  Life's Short Day
106  The Pages Of Life
123  Thirsty Soul
127  Distant Land Or Famine
138  When The King Comes In
143  One Day Too Late
144  Jesus Is Calling
148  God Is Calling
149  Abundant In Mercy
150  Wanderer, Stop And Hearken
151  The Saviour Gently Calls
154  Will You Come?
193  In The Garden
197  Teach Me To Pray, Lord
198  Alone With Jesus
205  Thou Hast Been My Help
109  Dark, Dark The Night
210  Gently The Holy Spirit
212  God Sent His Well Beloved Son
214  If It Had Not Been The Lord
215  A Tender Heart
217  My Saviour's Love
218  Love Is The Kingdom's Banner
222  Lord, Teach Me
231  Speak To My Soul
235  From The Lips Of Babes
239  Our Hearts Overflow
245  Songs Of Zion
248  How Blest Are They
251  O Don't Be Led Captive
257  Thy Child
259  Lord, In My Need
52 TOTAL HYMNS LISTED ABOVE

The website Hymns Old and New shows that several of the "new" hymns in the 1987 hymn book were written by "outsiders."

54, So Kind A Shepherd, by Rev. Frederick W. Faber, Catholic
60, Teach Me Thy Way, by B. Mansell Ramsey, Anglican (?)
89, Give Me Thy Heart, by Mrs. Eliza Edmunds-Hewitt, Presbyterian
95, God Calling Yet, by Gerhard Tersteegen
197, Teach Me To Pray, LORD, by A. S. Reitz, Baptist
215, A Tender Heart, by Ira F. Stanphill
271, I Know Not Why, by Daniel W. Whittle

NOTE:  This list ended at Hymn No. 259; there may have been a second page—as the hymns go thru #412. Please email TTT if you have a second page to this list you are willing to share.


R. L. Allan & Son (Publishers)
Established 1863
3 Beggarwood Lane, Basingstoke, Hants RG23 7LP

25 May 1988

Dear  Mrs.------------------

Thank you for your letter of 13 May concerning further questions regarding R L Allan.  I regret that the following answers may not be particularly helpful, as no one is left within the company who can remember more than 15 or 20 years of R L Allan, and the forming Managing Director of Pickering & Inglis has now passed on.

I understand R L Allan was a Bookseller and Publisher for secular books, second hand books and religious books, based in Glasgow, at the Sauchiehall address. It is likely that some of the directors were Christian men, but I do not know how the friends and workers became associated with R L Allan.

R L Allan became a part of Pickering and Inglis, and at that point the interest became exclusively for the Friends and Workers. We only publish one book for the Friends and Workers--the rest of the product is distributed.

We nave no knowledge of the Hymn Book of Pilgrim Songs, we are aware of the book New Gems of Songs, which was first published in the 1890's, and was available until about 25 years ago.  We do not know whether it was used by the Friends and Workers

I regret I do not know Mr. Smith's status within the Friends and Workers, or indeed whether he was a member.  Hymns Old and New is published in foreign languages, Spanish, Afrikaans, Norwegian and various others, to date these have not been published by R L Allan.

We do not know whether Mr. Smith was one of the Friends. Hymns Old and New is published in various languages, which we are only partially involved in. Part of the agreement concerning the New Hymn Book was that the authors to be kept anonymous to avoid unhealthy pride etc. Enclosed are some samples of the catalogues from the 50's and 60's.

The Hymn Book was published in April 1987, although this may not be the registered date as release was over a number of months. I am unable to divulge sales figures etc as this comes under the area of confidential company information. I hope the above answers are of some help, and regret not being able to help further.

Yours sincerely,

James Crockatt
General Manager



Reprint of

HYMNS OLD AND NEW
(1987 EDITION )

AUTHORS

NOTE: Names of workers and friends are in CAPITAL LETTERS.


TTT Editor's Notes:  Every effort has been made to reproduce the following list in its original format which was circulated among friends and workers.  Notes or additions by the TTT Editor are plainly indicated.

    Names of authors of Hymns written by OUTSIDERS are in lower case and are linked to details about the authors.
    Names of Authors of Hymns written by Friends or Workers are in CAPITAL LETTERS.

    Married Workers who were also Hymn Authors are:  ALEX (ALEC) WALKER, RENE BEATTIE, WM (BILL) CARROLL,  SANDY SCOTT

    Hymn Authors who are on the 1905 Workers List, are:
    SAM JONES,   JAMES JARDINE,  THOMAS TURNER,  WILLIAM (BILL) CARROLL,
    WILLIE JAMIESON,  JOHN SULLIVAN,   JAMES FAWCETT,   ALEX (ALEC)  WALKER,
    ROBERT SKERRITT,   JAMES PATRICK,   WILLIAM WEIR,   EDWARD COONEY,
    ADAM HUTCHISON


No.                Title
Author         Born-Died         Country of Birth


If known, author’s country of birth is noted after birth and death years.
Names of workers and friends are in CAPITAL LETTERS.

1. TELL ME THE STORY OF JESUS
Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915); U.S.A.
The author was a blind lady who wrote thousands of hymns.

2. MORE ABOUT JESUS
Eliza E. Hewitt (1851-1920); U.S.A.
The author was an invalid who wrote numerous hymns.

3. TELL ME AGAIN
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

4. O LAMB OF GOD (see John 1:29)
MILNE STOUFFER (1887-1921); U.S.A.
Milne laboured in eastern Canada and U.S.A.

5. TO THIS EARTH
JACK CRAIG (1885-1974); N.Z.
Jack professed in 1906; went into the work in 1908 and laboured in N.Z., Australia, Germany, Czechoslovakia and Austria.

6. WHEN I SURVEY
Isaac Watts (1674-1748); Eng.
This hymn was written in 1707; the author began writing verses at seven years of age.

7. O TELL ME MORE
Eliza E. Hewitt (1851-1920); U.S.A.
The author was an invalid who wrote numerous hymns.

8. WAS IT FOR ME?
J. M. Whyte.
The author also wrote the music to this hymn.

9. JESUS CAME FROM HEAVEN
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and laboured in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

10. JESUS NOW AND JESUS EVER
Albert B. Simpson (1843-1919); U.S.A.

11. JESUS IS STILL THE SAME (see Heb. 13:8)
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James wrote this hymn shortly after he professed.

12 O GOD OF BETHEL (see Gen. 28:19-22)
Philip Doddridge (1702-1751); Eng.
This hymn was written in 1736.

13. JESUS, THE VERY THOUGHT OF THEE
Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153); France.
This hymn was translated by Edward Caswell (1814-1873), England.

14. BOW DOWN THINE EAR (see Ps. 31:2)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in July, 1918, in Port MacDonnell, South Australia.

15. OH, BLESSED REST OF HEART (see Heb. 4)
J. S. Haugh

16. YESTERDAY, TODAY, FOREVER (see Heb. 13:8)
Albert B. Simpson (1843-1919); U.S.A.

17. WASH ME FROM SIN (see Rev. 1:5)
Mrs. H. B. Beegle

18. THE WAY OF THE CROSS
Jessie B. Pounds (1861-1921); U.S.A.
The author wrote several books of hymns.

19. NOT REDEEMED WITH GOLD (see 1 Pet. 1:18-19)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1917 in Australia.

20. FROM HEAVEN’S GLORY (see Jn. 6:38,50)
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and laboured in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

21. IF WE BUT KNEW
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma went into the work in 1927 and laboured on the west coast of the U.S.A. She wrote this hymn in 1938.

22. IS IT NOTHING TO YOU? (see Lam. 1:12)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

23. OH, THE LOVE THAT SOUGHT ME
W. Spencer Walton (1850-1906).
The music and chorus were written by a friend of the author.

24. FROM EVERY STAIN
Herbert H. Booth (20th century); Eng.

25. JESUS, I MY CROSS HAVE TAKEN (see Matt. 16:24)
Henry F. Lyte (1793-1847); Scot.
This hymn was written in 1824.

26. THY LIFE WAS GIVEN FOR ME
Frances R. Havergal (1836-1879); Eng.
This hymn was written during a trip to Germany.
The music was written by the author’s father.

27. HE FIRST LOVED ME
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

28. COME, LET US FOLLOW JESUS
ROBERT SKERRITT (1875- ? ); Ire.
Robert labored in Ireland, U.S.A. and Sweden, and lived his latter years in California, U.S.A.

29. GOD’S WORD IS SO PURE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1920. It is based on Ps. 119.

30. WE HAVE FOUND HIM (see Jn. 1:41-45)
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma wrote this hymn in 1937.

31. HASTEN TO THE PLACE OF REFUGE (see Heb. 6:18)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Sept. 1918.

32. WE LOVE THE PERFECT WAY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in May 1919.

33. GIVE OF YOUR BEST
Mrs. Howard B. Grose (1851-1939).

34. TEACH US, LORD (see Ps. 90:12)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

35. GOD’S SALVATION (see Col. 1:27)
WILLIE HUGHES (1880-1966); Ire.
Willie went into the work in 1906 and labored in Australia, eastern Canada and N.Z.

36. IS THERE NO LIGHT? (see Jn. 12:46)
ALEX WALKER (1888-1967); N.Z.
Alex wrote this hymn in 1915. He labored in Australia and N.Z.

37. NOTHING MATTERS BUT SALVATION
JOHN MARTIN (1876-1956); Ire.
John went into the work in 1916; labored in Ireland and Scotland, and wrote over 100 hymns.

38. THIS QUESTION GOD WOULD ASK
MRS. RENE BEATTIE (1886-1969); Australia.
Rene professed in 1909; went into the work in 1911 and labored in S. Australia, Tasmania and N.Z.

39. THE WAY OF GOD (see Jn. 14:6)
CHARLES HULTGREN (1869-1944); Norway.
The words of this hymn came to Charles one sleepless night. He lived in western Canada.

40. GOD’S TIME IS NOW (see II Cor. 6:2)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1920.

41. JESUS CALLS US O’ER THE TUMULT
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

42. THERE IS A WAY (see Matt. 7:14)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

43. THE WAY THAT LEADS TO HEAVEN
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

44. TAKE ONE FORWARD STEP
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

45. SATISFIED
Clara Teare (1858-1937).
This hymn is also found as having been written by Clara T. Williams.

46. LORD JESUS, LEAD
JOHN SULLIVAN (1874-1924); Ire.
John went into the work in 1900, laboring in Ire. and Aust.

47. HE’S THE ONE
J. B. Mackay (19th century).
The author also wrote the music to this hymn.

48. ABUNDANT LIFE (see Jn. 10:10)
William Leslie

49. IF ALL THINGS WERE MINE
Anna Olander; Sweden.
This hymn was translated into English by workers in Sweden.

50. LONG MY EAGER HEART
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ire. and Australia.

51. THERE IS A KINGDOM
MABEL PRYOR (1900- ); U.S.A.
Mabel wrote this hymn in Modesto, California in 1933.
She labored in western U.S.A., Canada and Alaska.

52. THE KING OF KINGS
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

53. BEHOLD THE KING OF LOVE (Rev. 3:20)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland until he went to Australia in 1908.

54. SO KIND A SHEPHERD (see Jn. 10)
Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863); Eng.
This hymn was written in 1854. It originally contained thirteen verses.

55. WHO IS HE, THE KING OF KINGS
GLADYS PORTEOUS (1897- ); U.S.A.
Gladys wrote this hymn in 1931, after hearing a message on the kingdom of God.

56. GOD’S HEAVENLY KINGDOM
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

57. TEACH ME SUBMISSION
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

58. THINE OWN WAY, LORD (see Jer. 18:2-4)
Adelaide A. Pollard (1862-1934).
This hymn is taken from Isaiah 64:8.

59. COME UNTO ME
Nathaniel Norton (19th century); U.S.A.
The author lived in Brooklyn, New York. This hymn is based on Matt. 11:28-30.

60. TEACH ME THY WAY (see Ps. 27:11)
Mansell B. Ramsey (1849-1923).

61. SITTING AT THE FEET OF JESUS (see Lk. 10:39)
HARRY FLEMING (1888-1969); Scot.
Harry labored in Scot. and U.S.A. (Ohio, Indiana, Missouri).

62. SOW THE WORD (see Matt. 13)
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma wrote this hymn in 1947.

63. PRECIOUS SEED
JOEL BOYD (1945- ); U.S.A.
Joel originally wrote this hymn in Spanish; it was translated into English by his sister Virginia.

64. CHRIST FOR ME
GLADYS PORTEOUS (1897- ); U.S.A.
Gladys wrote this hymn in 1922 prior to going into the work.

65. THE PRECIOUS SEED IS SCATTERED (see Matt. 13)
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Ken has labored in England and Madagascar.

66. O SEEKING SOUL
MRS. RENE BEATTIE (1886-1969); Aust.
Rene wrote the words and music in Invercargill, N.Z. in 1944 after visiting a lady who seemed to be a ‘seeking soul’.

67. SOUL ADRIFT
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

68. IS THERE NO ONE TO HELP US? (see Jn. 6:68)
HARRY REDMAN (1903-1985); Canada.
Harry heard the gospel in Sask., Canada.
He was living in B.C. when he wrote this hymn in 1970.

69. TO WHOM, LORD, SHALL WE GO? (see Jn. 6:68)
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
May lives in Victoria, Australia. She also wrote the music to this hymn.

70. SEND THY LIGHT
WILLIAM CARROLL (1876-1953); Ire.
William wrote this hymn at the outbreak of World War II.

71. PERISHING
MRS. RENE BEATTIE (1886-1969); Aust.
Rene professed in 1909; went into the work in 1911 and labored in S. Australia, Tasmania and N.Z.

72. WHY SHOULD I WALK? (see Lk. 1:78-79)
WILLIE HUGHES (1880-1966); Ire.
Willie went into the work in 1906 and labored in Australia, Canada and N.Z.

73. SEE THE SAVIOUR, IN COMPASSION
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

74. ONE THERE IS WHO LOVES THEE
H. C. Ayres (1849- ? ); U.S.A.
This hymn was written in 1871.

75. I’VE A FRIEND
WILLIE JAMIESON (1881-1974); Scot.
Willie went into the work in 1905 and labored in Scotland, western U.S.A., Canada, China and the Philippines.

76. GOD IN HIS MERCY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

77. I HEAR HIM CALL
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

78. LEAD ME ON
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

79. HAST THOU EVER PROVED?
MRS. RENE BEATTIE (1886-1969); Aust.
Rene professed in 1909; went into the work in 1911 and labored in S. Australia, Tasmania and N.Z.

80. DO NOT FEAR TO FOLLOW JESUS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Australia in 1914.

81. FOOTPRINTS OF MY SAVIOUR
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy wrote this hymn after viewing some footprints in stone outside the city of Rome.

82. COME, FOLLOW ME
George D. Watson (1816-1898); Eng.

83. IN THIS WORLD OF WOE
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

84. FOLLOW ME (see Jn. 10:27)
MARGARET PHILLIPS (1927- ); N.Z.
Margaret (Easton) wrote these words to a Ger. hymn tune in Hong Kong in 1962.
She now lives in Napier, N.Z.

85. THE SAVIOUR WITH ME
Lizzie Edwards.
‘Lizzie Edwards’ is possibly a pen name of Fanny Crosby.

86. JESUS IS PASSING THIS WAY (see Lk. 19:4)
Annie L. James (19th century)

87. I WILL SAY YES TO JESUS
Albert B. Simpson (1843-1919); U.S.A.

88. LET HIM MOULD THEE (see Jer. 18:2-4)
Ada R. Habershon (1861-1918); Eng.
The author wrote hundreds of hymns.

89. GIVE ME THY HEART (see Prov. 23:26)
Eliza E. Hewitt (1851-1920); U.S.A.
The author was an invalid who wrote numerous hymns.

90. A HAND HELD OUT
M. W. Morse

91. MY WAYWARD HEART
MRS. RENE BEATTIE (1886-1969); Aust.
Rene wrote this hymn after much searching for a place to hold gospel meetings.

92. GOD IS LONGING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

93. ONLY ONE LIFE TO LIVE
MARY LINDLEY (1903-1979); U.S.A.
Mary professed in 1918; she went into the work in 1923 and labored in southern U.S.A.

94. COME, YE WEARY ONES
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

95. GOD CALLING YET
Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769); Ger.
Translated by S. Findlater (19th century).

96. TAKE UP THY CROSS (see Mark 8:34)
Charles W. Everest (1814-1877); U.S.A.
The author lived in Hampton, Connecticut, U.S.A.

97. WE ARE FADING (see 1 Peter 1:24)
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

98. LET US PAUSE
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

99. OH, WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT? (see Matt. 16:26)
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

100. PASSING ONWARD
Albert Midlane (1825-1909); Eng.
The author wrote several hundred hymns.

101. ONLY ONE LIFE
MARY McGREGOR (1884-1970); Scot.
Mary labored in Scotland and in southeastern U.S.A.

102. LIFE AT BEST IS VERY BRIEF
William J. Kirkpatrick (1838-1921); U.S.A.
The author wrote and published hymns. He also wrote the music to this hymn.

103. TIME IS PASSING (see Ps. 90)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

104. LIFE PASSES LIKE A DREAM
JACK CRAIG (1885-1974); N.Z.
Jack professed in 1906; went into the work in 1908 and labored in N.Z., Australia, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and Austria.

105. LIFE’S SHORT DAY
KENNETH DISSMORE (1916- ); U.S.A.
Kenneth wrote this hymn in the 1950’s. He labors in the midwestern U.S.A.

106. THE PAGES OF LIFE
KENNETH DISSMORE (1916- ); U.S.A.
Kenneth wrote this hymn in the 1968. He labors in the midwestern U.S.A.

107. MY HEART WAS SAD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1919.

108. IT PAYS TO SERVE JESUS
JAMES CRAIG (1886-1953); N.Z.
James professed in 1906 and lived for many years in Christchurch, N.Z.

109. NONE BUT CHRIST CAN SATISFY
B. E.

110. AFAR FROM GOD
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

111. LAY DOWN YOUR BURDEN (see Matt. 11:28)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

112. I HEARD THE VOICE OF JESUS
Horatius Bonar (1808-1889); Scot.
This hymn was written in 1846. It was one of the author’s most popular hymns.

113. FOR YOU AND FOR ME
Will L. Thompson (1847-1909); U.S.A.
The author who lived in Ohio, U.S.A., also wrote the music to this hymn.

114. I AM COMING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Nov. 1918.

115. OTHER SHEEP (see Jn. 10:16)
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

116. THERE IS REST (see Heb. 4)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

117. DISTANT LAND OF FAMINE (see Lk. 15:14)
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118. YE MUST BE BORN AGAIN (see Jn. 3:3)
William T. Sleeper (1819-1904); U.S.A.
The author lived on the eastern coast of the U.S.A.

119. O WANDERERS, COME TO JESUS
Horace E. Govan ( ? –1932).
The author was a citizen of the U.S.A.

120. WHILE YOUR MIND IS CALM
WM. ED POOL (1897-1966).
The author labored in central U.S.A.

121. THE SAVIOUR IS CALLING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Dec. 1917, in Snug Cove, Kangaroo Island, S. Australia.

122. O HASTEN TO JESUS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Aug. 1916.

123. THIRSTY SOUL (see Jn. 4:13,14)
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

124. I NEED THEE EVERY HOUR
Annie S. Hawks (1835-1918); U.S.A.
This hymn was written in April, 1872. The words came to her while going about household work.

125. NEARER, STILL NEARER
Mrs. C. H. Morris (1842-1925); U.S.A.
The author wrote hundreds of hymns.

126. KINDLY ENTREATING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Aug. 1915.

127. HEAR THE VOICE OF JESUS
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

128. WE ARE BUILDING (see 1 Cor. 3:10)
Henrietta E. Blair

129. WHEN THE SAVIOUR CALLS
JAMES CRAIG (1886-1953); N.Z.
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130. TEACH ME HOW TO CHOOSE
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma wrote this hymn to help her younger sister who was at decision’s crossroad.

131. JESUS CALLS ME
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1913. It is based on Heb. 13:13.

132. I HAVE MADE MY CHOICE
Mrs. E. E. Williams.
The chorus was written by Dr. H. L. Gilmour.

133. WHY NOT?
WILLIE HUGHES (1880-1966); Ire.
Willie wrote this hymn in 1916 near Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada.

134. GOD IN TENDER LOVE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

135. GOD WILL BRING (see Acts 17:31)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

136. COME TO JESUS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1914.

137. OUT OF CHRIST
Robert Beveridge (1866-1952); Scot.
This hymn was written jointly with Frank Davis, who also wrote the music.

138. WHEN THE KING COMES IN (see Matt. 22:11)
J. Landor

139. HAVE YOU ANY ROOM FOR JESUS? (see Lk. 2:7)
Daniel W. Whittle (1840-1901); U.S.A.
The author lived in eastern U.S.A.

140. THE SAVIOUR NOW IS SEEKING
MRS. RENE BEATTIE (1886-1969); Aust.
Rene professed in 1909; went into the work in 1911 and labored in S. Australia, Tasmania and N.Z.

141. CLOSE THY HEART NO MORE
Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915); U.S.A.
The author was a blind lady who wrote thousands of hymns.

142. DO NOT RESIST
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

143. ONE DAY TOO LATE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

144. JESUS IS CALLING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

145. THE TENDER SHEPHERD’S VOICE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

146. GIVE ME JESUS
Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915); U.S.A.
The author was a blind lady who wrote thousands of hymns.

147. HOW CLEAR THE CALL OF JESUS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

148. GOD IS CALLING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

149. ABUNDANT IN MERCY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

150. WANDERER, STOP AND HEARKEN
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

151. THE SAVIOUR GENTLY CALLS
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Ken wrote this hymn in 1981. He has labored in England and Madagascar.

152. GOD IS NOW SPEAKING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

153. JESUS ALONE CAN SAVE ME
Kate Ulmer

154. WILL YOU COME?
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

155. INCLINE YOUR EAR (see Isa. 55:3)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Dec. 1917, on Kangaroo Island, S. Australia.

156. FOR YOU HE IS CALLING
VIOLET WEBSTER, Aust.
Violet and her husband professed in 1916. They lived near Melbourne, Australia.

157. JESUS WITH YOU
TOM HOLMES (1877-1930); U.S.A.
Tom lived in New York, U.S.A. near Niagara Falls.

158. JUST AS I AM
Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871); Eng.
This hymn was written in 1834. The author wrote about 150 hymns.

159. O WEARY SOUL
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

160. SO NEAR TO THE KINGDOM
Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915); U.S.A.
The author was a blind lady who wrote thousands of hymns.

161. LORD, I DESIRE TO COME
WILLIE HUGHES (1880-1966); Ire.
Willie went into the work in 1906 and labored in Australia, eastern Canada and N.Z.

162. PASSING BY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Oct. 1915.

163. JESUS, MY SAVIOUR KING
George Scott Railton, U.S.A.

164. ONLY ONE STEP
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

165. I AM TRUSTING THEE
Frances R. Havergal (1836-1879); Eng.
This hymn was written in Sept. 1874. It was one of the author’s favorites.

166. OH, WHAT WILL YOU DO? (see Matt. 27:22)
Nathaniel Norton (19th century); U.S.A.
The author lived in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.

167. STILL UNDECIDED
C. G. Lyne.

168. CLOSE TO THE KINGDOM
JACK LEECH, Eng.
Jack was a friend in Shropshire, England.

169. AT THY FEET I FALL (see Ruth)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam borrowed the chorus from a hymn written by Catherine Booth-Clibborn.

170. ABIDE WITH ME
Henry F. Lyte (1793-1847); Scot.
This hymn was written just before the author’s death.

171. BREAK THOU THE BREAD (see Matt. 14:13-21)
Mary A. Lathbury (1841-1913); U.S.A.
This hymn was written in 1877.

172. APART WITH THEE
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

173. GOD IS HERE
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

174. IN THE NAME OF JESUS GATHERING
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

175. COME YE YOURSELVES APART (see Mark 6:31)
Edward H. Bickersteth (1825-1906); Eng.
The author is well known for his poetry.

176. WE COME APART
MILNE STOUFFER (1887-1921); U.S.A.
Milne laboured in eastern Canada and U.S.A.

177. LOW AT THY THRONE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

178. FELLOWSHIP
GEOFFREY BOWDLER (1900-1974); Eng.
Geoffrey lived in England. He also wrote the music to this hymn.

179. AS WE GATHER
EDWARD COONEY (1867-1960); Ire.
Went into the work in 1901, and was a major influence in the early days with William Irvine. Was excommunicated in 1928, along with devoted followers, called Cooneyites today.

180. O BLESSED LORD
JOHN MARTIN (1876-1956); Ire.
John went into the work in 1916; labored in Ireland and Scotland, and wrote over 100 hymns.

181. LORD, WE LOVE THY HABITATION (see Ps. 26:8)
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn also wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

182. LORD, WE ARE MET TOGETHER
EDWARD COONEY (1867-1960); Ire.
Went into the work in 1901, and was a major influence in the early days with William Irvine. Was excommunicated in 1928, along with devoted followers, called Cooneyites today.

183. OUR GOD, OUR FATHER
EDWARD COONEY (1867-1960); Ire.
Went into the work in 1901, and was a major influence in the early days with William Irvine. Was excommunicated in 1928, along with devoted followers, called Cooneyites today.

184. HERE WE COME
EDWARD COONEY (1867-1960); Ire.
Went into the work in 1901, and was a major influence in the early days with William Irvine. Was excommunicated in 1928, along with devoted followers, called Cooneyites today.

185. LET US DRAW NEAR (see Heb. 10:22)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam also wrote the music to this hymn.

186. PRAYER IS A MIGHTY SOURCE (see Ex. 17:11)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

187. BEGIN THE DAY WITH GOD
Horatius Bonar (1808-1889); Scot. --NOTE - Incorrect -__ Bennett wrote this hymn
The author wrote hundreds of hymns.

188. FATHER, IN THY MERCY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

189. PRAY FOR THE PEACE OF THE CITY (see Ps. 48)
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma went into the work in 1927 and laboured on the west coast of the U.S.A.

190. TEACH US HOW TO PRAY (see Lk. 11:1)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

191. WATCH AND PRAY (see Matt. 26:41)
JAMES PATRICK (1872-1960); Scot.
James wrote this hymn in South Dakota, U.S.A. in 1916. He labored in midwestern U.S.A. and eastern Canada.

192. PRAYING ALWAYS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1917.

193. IN THE GARDEN
GARRETT HUGHES (1895- ); U.S.A.
Garrett went into the work in 1919 and has labored in central and midwestern U.S.A.

194. LOW BEFORE THY THRONE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

195. LORD, WE REST IN PEACE ABIDING
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
May lives in Victoria, Australia.

196. HELP ME TO FIND THEE (see Ps. 42:1)
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

197. TEACH ME TO PRAY, LORD (see Lk. 11:1)
Albert S. Reitz.
The author also wrote the music to this hymn.

198. ALONE WITH JESUS
WINNIE MEWES (1893-1962); Aust.
Winnie labored in Queensland and South Australia.

199. I NEED THY GRACE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1920.

200. LORD, MY HEART’S DEEP NEED
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn Jan. 31, 1914.

201. LOWLY AT THY FEET
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Bethel, South Australia.

202. O HELP US, LORD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Nov. 1919.

203. WITH CHILDLIKE TRUST
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Mar. 1915.

204. MY NEED
WILLIAM CARROLL (1876-1953); Ire.
William went into the work in 1904 and labored in England, Ireland and Australia.

205. THOU HAST BEEN MY HELP
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

206. GRACIOUS REDEEMER
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

207. HOLY SPIRIT
GLADYS PORTEOUS (1897- ); U.S.A.
Gladys wrote this hymn in 1935 in LA, California, U.S.A.

208. OUR BLEST REDEEMER
Harriet Auber (1773-1862); Eng.
This hymn was written in 1829.

209. DARK, DARK THE NIGHT
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
May lives in Victoria, Australia.

210. GENTLY THE HOLY SPIRIT
DOROTHY HANSON (1910- ); U.S.A.
Dorothy wrote this hymn in 1973. She has labored in western U.S.A., Sweden and Finland.

211. MY SAVIOUR, HOW I LOVE THY NAME (see Isa. 49:16)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

212. GOD SENT HIS WELL-BELOVED SON
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

213. THE HEART OF GOD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

214. IF IT HAD NOT BEEN THE LORD (see Ps. 124)
KING DAVID (1000 B.C.); Judea.

215. A TENDER HEART
Ira Stanphill.
The author also wrote the music to this hymn.

216. THY PERFECT LOVE
ROBERT BLAIR (1874-1942); N.Z.
Robert labored in England, N.Z., Fiji Islands, Samoa, Norfolk Island and Australia.

217. MY SAVIOUR’S LOVE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

218. LOVE IS THE KINGDOM’S BANNER
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma lives in western U.S.A.

219. LOVE THEE MORE (see Jn. 21:15)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

220. MORE LOVE TO THEE
Elizabeth Prentiss (1818-1878); U.S.A.
The author wrote this hymn in 1856 during a time of great personal sorrow.

221. UNERRING ONE
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and laboured in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

222. LORD, TEACH ME
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

223. LORD, I WOULD TAKE THY YOKE
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
May lives in Victoria, Australia. She also wrote the music to this hymn.

224. O JESUS, I HAVE PROMISED
John E. Bode (1816-1874); Eng.
The author wrote this hymn in 1868.

225. LORD, SPEAK TO ME
Frances R. Havergal (1836-1879); Eng.
The author wrote this hymn in 1872.

226. O TEACH ME HOW TO LOVE
JAMES WRIGHT (1888-1962); Eng.
James labored in England and western Canada.

227. LORD, BE NOT SILENT (see Ps. 28:1)
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

228. MOMENTS OF BLESSING
Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915); U.S.A.
The author was a blind lady who wrote thousands of hymns.

229. THE STILL, SMALL VOICE (see Jn. 15)
JAMES FAWCETT (1886-1958); Ire.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Ireland and eastern U.S.A.

230. LORD, IN OUR NEED
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and laboured in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

231. SPEAK TO MY SOUL
L. L. Pickett.
The author also wrote the music to this hymn.

232. GOD IS FAITHFUL (see Lam. 3:23)
ROY TAYLOR (1903-1960); U.S.A.
Roy professed in 1923; entered the work in 1925 and labored in U.S.A., Chile, Argentina and Mexico.

233. MY SAVIOUR BIDS ME SING
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

234. I WORSHIP THEE
Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863); Eng.
The author wrote over 100 hymns.

235. FROM LIPS OF BABES
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma lives in western U.S.A.

236. MY HEART O’ERFLOWS
JAMES FAWCETT (1886-1958); Ire.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Ireland and eastern U.S.A.

237. O GOD, I THANK THEE
MRS. EDNA CARMAN (1895-1965); U.S.A.
This hymn is an expression of Edna’s testimony. It is believed in some areas to have been written by Mr. Alfred Dunn of S. Africa.

238. O BLESS THE LORD, MY SOUL
KIND DAVID (1000 B.C.); Judea.
This hymn is a paraphrase of Ps. 103 by Isaac Watts of England (1674-1748).

239. OUR HEARTS O’ERFLOW
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Ken wrote this hymn on his first home visit to England from Madagascar.

240. WE THANK THEE, LORD, FOR WEARY DAYS
P. B. Translated by F. Bevan (1827-1909).

241. THE TRUTH OF GOD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this, one of his first hymns, in Gladstone, South Australia, in 1909.

242. THE NAME OF OUR SAVIOUR
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

243. UPON A LONELY MOUNT (see Gen. 22; Matt. 26:6-13)
ADAM HUTCHISON (1873-1925); Eng.
Adam labored in England and Australia, and pioneered the work in India and Burma.

244. MY HEART IS RESTING
Anna L. Waring (1820-1910); Wales.
The author wrote many hymns. She lived out her later years in England.

245. SONGS OF ZION
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

246. ALL MY SPRINGS ARISE IN JESUS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in July, 1913, in Bethel, South Australia.

247. HOW SWEET IT IS
Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769); Ger.
This hymn was translated by S. Jackson.

248. HOW BLEST ARE THEY
GARRETT HUGHES (1895- ); U.S.A.
Garrett went into the work in 1919 and labors in central U.S.A.

249. HOW PRECIOUS IS THE WORD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

250. MY SAVIOUR SPEAKS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Nov. 1916.

251. O DON’T BE LED CAPTIVE (see Ps. 137)
JOHN MARTIN (1876-1956); Ire.
John went into the work in 1916; labored in Ireland and Scotland.
He wrote over 100 hymns.

252. MY SOUL’S DESIRE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia. It is based on Isa. 26:9.

253. I’M SATISFIED IN JESUS NOW
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Jan. 1915, in Mt. Gambier, South Australia.

254. I LOVE THE PERFECT WAY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Oct. 1919.

255. MASTER, SPEAK (see 1 Sam. 3:9)
Frances R. Havergal (1836-1879); Eng.
This hymn was written in May, 1867. The author wrote numerous hymns.

256. SPEAK, LORD
Emily May Grimes

257. THY CHILD
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Ken wrote this hymn in 1950 and also composed the music for it.

258. HIDDEN
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
May lives in Victoria, Australia.

259. LORD, IN MY NEED
MARION MacPHERSON (1922- ); U.S.A.
Marion went into the work in California in 1947. She also wrote the music to this hymn.

260. DEAR LORD, WHEN DARK
TOM ROBERTS (1904-1974); Eng.
Tom labored in western U.S.A. and Alaska. He is buried in Washington, U.S.A.

261. NOT MY WILL, BUT THINE (see Matt. 26:39)
MARY LINDLEY (1903-1979); U.S.A.
Mary professed in 1918; she went into the work in 1923 and labored in southeastern U.S.A.

262. PATIENTLY CONTINUE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

263. THOU SWEET, BELOVED WILL
Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769); Ger.
Translated from German into English by F. Bevan (1827-1909).

264. WITH HEART RESIGNED
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

265. HELP ME TO LOOK TO THEE
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Ken wrote this hymn in 1963. He has labored in England and Madagascar.

266. OH, FOR A CLOSER WALK
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

267. BAPTIZED IN JESUS’ NAME
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Written by Ken in response to a request for another baptism hymn.

268. REJOICING IN THE LORD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
This hymn is often used at baptism.

269. HE HATH BLESSED US
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

270. TOMORROW’S PATH
MARION MacPHERSON (1922- ); U.S.A.
Marion went into the work in 1947.
This hymn, including the music, was written while caring for her mother.

271. I KNOW NOT WHY (see II Tim. 1:12)
Daniel W. Whittle (1840-1901); U.S.A.
The author lived in eastern U.S.A.

272. THERE HATH NOT FAILED (see Josh. 23:14)
MRS. MABEL REID SMITH (1883-1968); Ire.
Mabel wrote this hymn Feb. 16, 1967, near the end of her life, at the request of a daughter.

273. I KNOW IN WHOM I HAVE BELIEVED (see II Tim. 1:12)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

274. I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVES (see Job 19:25)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1917 in Victoria, Australia.

275. TRUSTING THE LIVING GOD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and labored in Ireland and Australia.

276. PRECIOUS THOUGHT
Mrs. L. Ware

277. THE NEXT STEP
Adelaide A. Pollard (1862-1934)

278. OH! FOR THE PEACE
HENRY SWANEPOEL (1903-1968); Zimbabwe.
Henry wrote this hymn in 1924; he labored in South Africa, Zimbabwe (S. Rhodesia), Zambia, and Zaire.

279. INCREASE OUR FAITH
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
May lives in Victoria, Australia.

280. HOW SWEET THE THOUGHT
CHARLES MORGAN (1875-1950); Wales.
Charles went into the work in 1910 and labored in western Canada.

281. I NEED NO STRENGTH BUT THINE
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

282. HIS WAY IS BEST
MRS. RENE BEATTIE (1886-1969); Aust.
Rene professed in 1909; went into the work in 1911 and labored in S. Australia, Tasmania and N.Z.

283. STRONG IN THE STRENGTH
HUGH ROBERTS (1884-1971); Ire.
Hugh labored in eastern Canada. He also wrote the music to this hymn.

284. I CAN NEVER FORGET
C. ANDERSON (1903-1987)/K. DISSMORE; U.S.A.
Using the tune Clarence had selected, and further developing Clarence’s thought, Kenneth completed this hymn in 1979.

285. WAIT ON THE LORD (see Ps. 27:14)
JAMES WRIGHT (1888-1962); Eng.
James labored in England, and in Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada.

286. AN OFFERING I WOULD BRING
MARY McGREGOR (1884-1970); Scot.
Mary wrote this hymn when thinking of the different offerings.
She labored in southeastern U.S.A.

287. IN JESUS’ HANDS
KENNETH DISSMORE (1916- ); U.S.A.
Kenneth wrote this hymn in the 1960’s as a funeral hymn.

288. LEAD ME TO THE ROCK
JACK PRICE (1922- ); Can.
Jack wrote this hymn in 1970 due to a struggle in his own soul. He labors in western Canada.

289. THOU THINKEST, LORD, OF ME
Edward Mund

290. ALL THE WAY (see II Kings 2:2-6)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1918.

291. THE HEART OF MY SAVIOUR
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

292. IN TIMES OF DEEPEST DARKNESS
EUSTACE RADFORD (1880-1949); Aust.
Eustace wrote this hymn after the death of his beloved wife, Kate, in May 1932.

293. AS I DWELL ON THINGS ETERNAL
ROBERT BLAIR (1874-1942); N.Z.
Robert labored in England, N.Z., Fiji Islands, Samoa, Norfolk Island and Australia.

294. A LIFE OF OVERCOMING (see Jn. 16:33)
Freda Hanbury

295. MY REFUGE AND HOPE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

296. ALL THROUGH THE STORM
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

297. THE WAVES ROLLED HIGH (see Matt. 8:24)
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

298. THROUGH GOOD REPORT (see II Cor. 6:8)
Horatius Bonar (1808-1889); Scot.
The author wrote hundreds of hymns.

299. APPROVED OF GOD
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and laboured in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

300. MY HEART’S DEEP NEED
GLADYS PORTEOUS (1897- ); U.S.A.
Gladys wrote this hymn in 1923 in San Diego, California, U.S.A.

301. MID WORLDLY TEMPTATIONS
MRS. JOHN GRAHAM (1885-1918); U.S.A.
Mrs. Graham professed in N. Dakota in 1905, later moving to Saskatchewan, Canada.

302. DEAR SAVIOUR, LEAD ME
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

303. CLOSE TO THEE
Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915); U.S.A.
The author was a blind lady who wrote thousands of hymns.

304. COME, BROTHERS, ON
Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769); Ger.
Translated from German into English by F. Bevan (1827-1909).

305. LO, WE CAN TREAD
Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769); Ger.
Translated from German into English by F. Bevan (1827-1909).

306. HE WAITS FOR THEE
THOMAS TURNER (1878-1959); Ire.
Tom went into the work in Ireland in 1900 and in 1905 he went to Australia.

307. I WILL FOLLOW MY SAVIOUR
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

308. THE LORD’S MY SHEPHERD
KING DAVID (1000 B.C.); Judea.
This is a paraphrase of Ps. 23 by Whittingham (1524-1579).

309. HOW FRESH AND GREEN (see Ps. 23 and Jn. 10)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Dec. 1919.

310. SHEPHERD OF ISRAEL (see Jn. 10)
Adelaide A. Pollard (1862-1934)

311. LOVE SUPREME (see Deut. 32:10)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam also wrote the music to this hymn.

312. THE LORD MY SHEPHERD IS
KING DAVID (1000 B.C.); Judea.
S. Jones wrote this hymn as a paraphrase of Ps.23.

313. WHERE ALL IS PEACEFUL
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1917 in Snug Cove, Kangaroo Island, S. Australia while resting for six months.

314. O GIVE ME REST (see Heb. 4)
Eliza H. Hamilton (19th century); Scot.

315. DEAR SAVIOUR, LET THY PEACE
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.

May lives in Victoria, Australia.

316. TODAY IS MINE

SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

317. SWEET IS THE REST
ELINOR KLEEB (1915- ); U.S.A.
Elinor wrote the words and music in 1957. She went into the work in 1939 and labors in mid-western U.S.A.

318. AS YOU JOURNEY HOME
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Oct. 1914.

319. ‘TIS NOT IN VAIN TO YIELD
JAMES FAWCETT (1886-1958); Ire.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Ireland and eastern U.S.A.

320. I LOVE MY MASTER (see Ex. 21:5)
MARY LINDLEY (1903-1979); U.S.A.
Mary professed in 1918; she went into the work in 1923 and labored in southeastern U.S.A.

321. HEARTS IT IS THE WORLD REQUIRES
John Lawley (1859-1923; Eng.

322. HELP ME, LORD
ROBERT BLAIR (1874-1942); N.Z.
Robert professed in 1906, went into the work in 1916, and labored in England, N.Z., Fiji Islands, Samoa, Norfolk Island and Australia.

323. YOUTH
RICHARD MIDDLETON (1922- ); U.S.A.
This hymn was written after the funeral of a 20-year-old girl who was killed while walking to a gospel meeting in 1970.

324. LIVE FOR OTHERS
R. McNaughton

325. NOT UNTO MEN I LABOUR
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma went into the work in 1927 and laboured on the west coast of the U.S.A.

326. WHEN SORE AFFLICTIONS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Sept. 1916, in Sandringham, Victoria, Australia.

327. HE WHO HATH LED
Frances R. Havergal (1836-1879); Eng.
The author wrote over 50 hymns.

328. ERE WE PART
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

329. BIND ME IN THY YOKE
HARRY V. SAVAGE (1887-1986); Eng.
Harry labored in Canada and U.S.A. before going to Chile in 1926.

330. GO, LABOUR ON
Horatius Bonar (1808-1889); Scot.
This hymn was written in 1836.

331. EVERMORE CONSIDER JESUS
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

332. LORD, HOW GOOD (see Ps. 133)
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Ken wrote this hymn in 1970 in Madagascar as he was thinking of convention beginning in England.

333. MAY THEY ALL BE ONE
GARRETT HUGHES (1895- ); U.S.A.
The thought of this hymn is based on Jesus’ prayer in Jn. 17.

334. THROUGH THE NIGHT
Bernard S. Ingemann (1789-1862); Den.
The author composed many hymns. This hymn was translated by Savine Baring-Gould (1834-1924).

335. NO EAST OR WEST
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

336. SAVIOUR KEEP ME TRUE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Nov. 1917, in Snug Cove, Kangaroo Island, S. Australia.

337. COUNTED IN
Mrs. C. H. Morris (1842-1925); U.S.A.
The author also wrote the music to this hymn.

338. LOOSE NOT THINE HOLD
MRS. MABEL REID SMITH (1883-1968); Ire.
This hymn was written in hopes of helping one who was having a difficult struggle.

339. STEADY AND TRUE
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

340. LET NOT MY SOUL
ROBERT MARSHALL (1899-1961); Ire.
Robert wrote this as a poem while in Italy. He labored in Europe and North Africa.

341. IN THE SHADOW OF THE HIGHEST
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

342. I WOULD BE TRUE
JACK PRICE (1922- ); Can.
Jack wrote the words and music 1962 as a result of a struggle and victory his sister experienced.

343. NEVER LET YOUR COURAGE FALTER
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

344. LEAVE ME NOT ALONE
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

345. I WILL JOURNEY ALL THE WAY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1916.

346. I CANNOT NOW GO BACK (see Judges 11:35)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

347. ONCE WE WERE WANDERING
JAMES FAWCETT (1886-1958); Ire.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Ireland and eastern U.S.A.

348. SEEKING FOR A BETTER COUNTRY (see Heb. 11:13-14)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam also wrote the music to this hymn.

349. MY PILGRIM WAY
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Hymn written in 1969 during Ken’s early years in Madagascar.

350. JUST CLING
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

351. GOD IN HEAVEN (see II Cor. 4:7)
Paulus Gerhardt (1607-1676); Ger.
This hymn was translated from German into English by F. Bevan (1827-1909).

352. I’VE VOWED TO BE TRUE
MARY McGREGOR (1884-1970); Scot.
Mary wrote this hymn upon hearing she was to labor in U.S.A.
(She went to the eastern U.S.A.)

353. MINE THE PRIVILEGE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam also wrote this hymn in 1915.

354. ‘TIS NOT IN VAIN (see I Cor. 15:58)
MRS. MABEL REID SMITH (1883-1968); Ire.
This hymn came to Mabel following the death of a sister, considering what her message from eternity might be.

355. JESUS LIVES IN ME
MARY McGREGOR (1884-1970); Scot.
Mary wrote this hymn to help a couple who had recently professed.

356. HOW BLESSED ARE THE UNDEFILED (see Ps. 119:1)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

357. FRET NOT THY SOUL (see Ps. 37)
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and laboured in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

358. MY HEART HAS ONE DESIRE
ROBERT BLAIR (1874-1942); N.Z.
Robert labored in England, N.Z., Fiji Islands, Samoa, Norfolk Island and Australia.

359. SO STRANGE IT SEEMS
MARY McGREGOR (1884-1970); Scot.
Mary labored in southeastern U.S.A.

360. I HAVE OVERCOME (see Jn. 16:33)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

361. WHEN FIRST WE HEARD
MARY McGREGOR (1884-1970); Scot.
Mary labored in southeastern U.S.A.

362. LONGINGS
Ada R. Habershon (1861-1918); Eng. The author wrote hundreds of hymns.

363. JESUS TROD THE PATHWAY
ADAM HUTCHISON (1873-1925); Eng.
Adam went into the work in 1902. He labored in England and Australia, and pioneered the work in India and Burma.

364. LET US CONSIDER JESUS (see Heb. 3:1)
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James went into the work in 1904 and laboured in Scotland, Germany and midwestern U.S.A.

365. APPROVED AND FAITHFUL
THOMAS TURNER (1878-1959); Ire.
Thomas labored in Australia. This hymn was written on the thought of the approval of God.

366. PRESSING ON
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Jan. 1918.

367. HOLD FAST (see Rev. 3:11)
BLANCHE CHAPPELL (1884-1978); Eng.
Blanche went into the work in 1907 and came to eastern Canada in 1908.

368. I AM SATISFIED INDEED
WINNIE ADAMS (1890-1939); Canada.
Winnie labored in the Maritime Provinces of eastern Canada.
Later became Mrs. Will Cresswell (1924).

369. WHERE OTHERS CONQUERED
THOMAS TURNER (1878-1959); Ire.
Tom went into the work in Ireland in 1900 and in 1905 he went to Australia.

370. TILL BREAKING OF THE DAY
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
My lives in Victoria, Australia.

371. MY LIFE IS HID (see Col. 3:3)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

372. MAY THE LORD DEPEND ON YOU?
W. C. Martin (20th century)

373. CLAD IN YOUR ARMOUR (see Eph. 6:11)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

374. STRONGER THAN THE STRONG
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

375. IN EVERY PART
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma wrote this hymn in 1938 near the outbreak of World War II.

376. BE YE IMMOVABLE (see Judges 8:4)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

377. HOW REAL TO KNOW
ADAM HUTCHISON (1873-1925); Eng.
Adam went into the work in 1902.
He labored in England and Australia, and pioneered the work in India and Burma.

378. IN ALL MY VAST CONCERNS
KING DAVID (1000 B.C.); Judea.
This hymn is a paraphrase of Ps. 139 by Isaac Watts of England (1674-1748).

379. SEARCH ME, O GOD (see Ps. 139:23)
Francis Bottome (1823-1894); Eng.
The author lived in U.S.A. He wrote and published many hymns.

380. SEARCH ME, O LORD (see Ps. 139)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.
(Two verses of this hymn were written by Fanny J. Crosby.)

381. HEART AND PURPOSE
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

382. A BROKEN, CONTRITE HEART
GLENN SMITH (1880-1968); U.S.A.
Glenn wrote the music to his hymns. He labored in the eastern U.S.A. and South America.

383. HE KNOWS OUR HEARTS
JAMES FAWCETT (1886-1958); Ire.
James went into the work in 1904 and labored in Ireland and eastern U.S.A.

384. CLEANSING FOR ME (see Jn. 1:7)
Herbert H. Booth (19th century); Eng.

385. THOU ART WORTHY
MRS. ELMA WIEBE MILTON (1907- ); U.S.A.
Elma wrote this hymn in 1942. She laboured on the west coast of the U.S.A.

386. CHRIST FOR US
GLADYS PORTEOUS (1897- ); U.S.A.
Gladys wrote this hymn in San Diego, California, U.S.A. in 1946.

387. BRAVELY TREAD THE PATH (see Is. 63:3)
BLANCHE CHAPPELL (1884-1978); Eng.
Blanche went into the work in 1907 and came to eastern Canada in 1908.

388. IN LOWLINESS THE SAVIOUR CAME
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

389. THE WAY TO CALVARY
H. C. BERRETT (1885-1955); Aust.
Cliff lived in Australia.

390. I NEED THE MIND OF CHRIST (see Phil. 2:5)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

391. CALVARY
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in 1918, in Port MacDonnell, South Australia.

392. WE WOULD SEE JESUS (see Jn. 12:21)
Anna B. Warner (1821-1915); U.S.A.
The author wrote many hymns. This hymn was written in 1851.

393. I AM NOW A CHILD OF GOD
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam went into the work in 1902 and laboured in Ireland and Australia.

394. ABIDE IN HIM (see Jn. 2:28)
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Dec. 1916.

395. CAN YE NOT WATCH? (see Matt. 26:40)
Jessie H. Brown

396. A LITTLE WHILE
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Jan. 1920, in Bethel, South Australia.

397. ONLY REMEMBERED
Horatius Bonar (1808-1889); Scot.
The author wrote hundreds of hymns.

398. CHRIST IS COMING
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

399. IN VAIN DO THE WISE
WILLIE HUGHES (1880-1966); Ire.
Willie went into the work in 1906 and labored in Australia, eastern Canada and N.Z.

400. WHEN JESUS COMES
Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915); U.S.A.
The author was a blind lady who wrote thousands of hymns.

401. ART THOU WAITING (see Lk. 21:28)
JACK ANNAND (1891-1957); Aust.
Jack went into the work in 1913 and labored in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Poland and Latvia.

402. LORD, GRANT MY LIFE (see Jn. 12:24)
MRS. MAY SCHULTZ (1902- ); Ire.
May lives in Victoria, Australia.

403. IMPELLED BY LOVE
KENNETH DISSMORE (1916- ); U.S.A.
An inspiring thought for Kenneth; he wrote this hymn in 1971.
He labors in the midwestern U.S.A.

404. THERE IS NO GAIN (see Jn. 12:24)
Catherine Boothe-Clibborn (1858- ? ).

405. THE CALL TO LABOUR
KEN PAGINTON (1923- ); Eng.
Ken wrote this hymn in 1961 while in London. He has labored in England and Madagascar.

406. FORGET THEM NOT
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy wrote this hymn in Italy in the early 1920’s.

407. O SAY NOT YE (see Jn. 4:35)
MRS. MARY LOU (FONTAINE) TODD; U.S.A.

408. NO REPUTATION
SAM JONES (1877-1946); Ire.
Sam wrote this hymn in Aug. 1914 in Bethel, South Australia.

409. ALONE WITH GOD
Johnson Oatman, Jr. (1856-1930); U.S.A.
The author wrote over 2,000 hymns.

410. CALLED HOME TO REST
SANDY SCOTT (1886-1968); Scot.
Sandy went into the work in 1909 and labored in Scotland, U.S.A., Italy, Spain and Canada.

411. SWEET, SWEET RELEASE (see Rev. 6:11)
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
James wrote this expressly for the funeral of one of the friends.

412. WHEN LIFE IS ENDED
JAMES JARDINE (1884-1969); Scot.
This hymn was sung at James’ funeral. 



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