Sacred songs and solos : twelve hundred hymns by Ira David Sankey
Sacred Songs and Solos
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To view the songs, choose A, B, C etc from the navbar above to go to the song titles beginning with that letter. See below for a list of available titles. Moody about the contribution that a gospel singer and song leader such as Ira Sankey brought to his meetings, Moody replied, "If we can only get people to have the words of the Love of God coming from their mouths it's well on its way to residing in their hearts. He also worked with one of the company's most prolific hymnwriters, Fanny Crosby, who became his friend and music-making partner. His first and most famous composition was 'The Ninety and Nine'.
He leadeth me: O blessed thought! O words with heavenly comfort fraught! Whate'er I do, where'er I be, Still 'tis God's hand that leadeth me. This hymn was composed in during the Civil War, a time of upheaval and insecurity. The author was preaching at First Baptist Church in Philadelphia soon after his ordination.