Fanny Crosby: Titles of Some of Her Familiar Hymns
compiled by Stephen Ross, 2014

Fanny Crosby Frances Jane "Fanny" Crosby (1820-1915), was an American hymn writer and poetess who wrote over 8,000 hymns. Some of her familiar hymns include:
All the Way My Savior Leads Me (music: Robert Lowry)
Be Thou Exalted (music: Alfred B. Smith)
Blessed Assurance (music: Phoebe P. Knapp)
He Hideth My Soul (music: William J. Kirkpatrick)
I Am Thine, O Lord (music: William H. Doane)
Jesus Is Calling (music: George C. Stebbins)
My Savior First of All (music: John R. Sweney)
Near the Cross (music: William H. Doane)
Pass Me Not (music: William H. Doane)
Praise Him! Praise Him! (music: Chester G. Allen)
Redeemed (music: William J. Kirkpatrick)
Rescue the Perishing (music: William H. Doane)
Saved by Grace (music: George C. Stebbins)
Savior, More Than Life to Me (music: William H. Doane)
Take the World, but Give Me Jesus (music: John R. Sweney)
Tell Me the Story of Jesus (music: John R. Sweney)
'Tis the Blessed Hour of Prayer (music: William H. Doane)
To God be the Glory (music: William H. Doane)
To the Work! (music: William H. Doane)
What A Gathering! (music: Ira D. Sankey)
Will Jesus Find Us Watching? (words: William H. Doane)

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