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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

Cushing, Walter Orcutt's bio information

Wednesday, December 31, 1823 - Sunday, October 19, 1902

Born: December 31, 1823, Hingham Center, Massachusetts.
Died: October 19, 1902, Lisbon Center, New York.
Buried: Jones Cemetery (near Searsburg), New York.

Cushing’s parents were Unitarians, and his early training was along these lines. After entering the ministry, his first pastorate was at Searsburg, New York. He married in 1854, and went on to serve in Auburn, Brooklyn, Buffalo, and Sparta, New York. After his wife died in 1870 and his health declined, he retired from the ministry and began writing hymns. He completed over 300 in his lifetime.

Cushing was an exemplary Christian, ever mindful of the suffering of others. Once he gave $1,000—all he had, an enormous sum in those days—to a blind girl so she could get an education.


Beautiful Valley of Eden
Do They Know?
Fair Is the Morning Land
Floral Praise
Follow On
Gathering Home to the Silent Shore
Hiding in Thee
Home at Last
I Am Resting So Sweetly in Jesus Now
I Am Waiting by the River
I Have Heard of a Land Far Away
Name of Jesus, The
No Hope in Jesus
Ring the Bells of Heaven
There’ll Be No Dark Valley
Under His Wings
We Are Watching
When He Cometh
When Jesus Comes


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