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O, let us exalt our dear Lord and proclaim,
In songs of true gratitude, praise to His name!
As songs of the angels in sweetest accord,
Our thanks and our praises shall rise to the Lord.
-- Zion's Harp # 165

Author Bio Information

Breck, Carrie (Mrs. Frank A.) Elizabeth Ellis's bio information

Monday, January 22, 1855 - Tuesday, March 27, 1934

Born: January 22, 1855, Walden, Vermont.
Died: March 27, 1934, Portland, Oregon.
Buried: Rose City Cemetery, Portland, Oregon.

Carrie’s family moved from Vermont to Vineland, New Jersey, and she spent most of her life in southern New Jersey. She married Frank Breck, and they moved to Oregon between 1910 and 1920. A devout Christian, she was devoted to her husband and five daughters. She had no sense of pitch, and could not carry a tune, but she had the gift of poetic rhythm, and wrote more than 2,000 poems. She was not particularly robust in health, and had to take frequent rests while doing chores. At such times, she would sit in her favorite rocking chair, take up a notebook, and write poetry, often with a baby on her knee, or playing at her feet. Her works include:

To Comfort Thee, and Other Verses
(Portland, Oregon: Metropolitan Printing Company, 1927)


All the World for Jesus
At Mother’s Grave
Be Strong
Columbia’s Song
Face to Face with Christ, My Savior
Go to the Deeps of God’s Promise
Have You Found the Savior Precious?
He Did Not Die in Vain
Help Somebody Today
I Cannot Get Beyond His Love
I Want Everybody to Know
I’ll Count My Blessings
It Is Not Fair
Make Him Known
Nailed to the Cross
Savior for You, The
Some One Who Knows
Step in Anywhere
Tell Thy Life-Story to Jesus
There’s a Beautiful City (© 1935)
Valley of Peace, The
When Love Shines In
You Mean to Be Saved—But When?


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