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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

Morris, Leila Naylor's bio information

Tuesday, April 15, 1862 - Tuesday, July 23, 1929

Born: April 15, 1862, Pennsville, Ohio.

Died: July 23, 1929, Auburn, New York (at her daughter’s home).

Buried: McConnelsville, Ohio.

As a child, Leila lived in Malta and McConnelsville, Ohio. In 1881, she married Charles H. Morris. Leila was active in the Methodist church, camp meetings, and song writing, authoring more than 1,000 Gospel songs. When her eyes began to fail in 1913, her son built a 28-foot blackboard with oversized staff lines, so she could continue composing.


* Hustad, p. 290
* Reynolds, 1964, pp. 365-6. Note: This work gives Morris’ first name as “Lelia.” The 1976 edition corrects the spelling to “Leila.”
* Reynolds, 1976, p. 385


1. Bring Your Vessels, Not a Few
2. Can the World See Jesus in You?
3. Conflict of the Ages, The
4. Crown Him
5. Fight Is On, The
6. For a Worldwide Revival
7. For the Whole Wide World
8. Fully Surrendered
9. His Grace Is Sufficient for Me
10. Holiness unto the Lord
11. I Know God’s Promise is True
12. In His Keeping
13. Let Jesus Come into Your Heart
14. Nearer, Still Nearer
15. O Magnify the Lord with Me
16. Pilot of Galilee, The
17. Sanctifying Power
18. Sweet Will of God
19. Sweeter as the Years Go By
20. There’s Only One Way
21. ’Tis Marvelous and Wonderful (© 1919)
22. Victory All the Time
23. What if It Were Today?
24. Who Is This Man of Sorrows?
25. Wounded for Our Transgressions


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