Archive for April 15th, 2015


“But if ye forgive not men their trespasses,

neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.”

Mat 6.15

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Wesley Quote

“…not ‘even baptism is ‘necessary to salvation’…

If it were every Quaker must be damned

which I can in no wise believe.”

– John Wesley (Quoted by Ray Dunning in his book Grace, Faith, & Holiness)

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Tender, GROWING plants move (literally) toward the Light. 

Dead plants do not

If we are Growing in Christ, we move up in His Light.

– eab, 4/15/15

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There is Book made up of Books,

It condemns wrong, toward heaven looks,

To be great-minded, daily read It.

To be long-wise, you should heed It.

Don’t listen to modernist “crooks.”

– eab, 4/15/11

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Lelia Naylor was born 4/15/1862 at Pennsville, OH (near center of the triangle formed by US22, US33 & I-77) later living in both Malta & OH.   In fact, she was the organist at the McConnelsville Methodist Episcopal church & is thought to have composed the following songs in that sanctuary: “Sweeter As the Years Go By,” “Nearer, Still Nearer,” & “Let Jesus Come Into Your Heart” (a different source suggests the last was composed at a camp meeting in Mountain Lake Park, Maryland).

In 1881 she married Charles H. Morris & were blessed with at least two children: a son who (as she was losing her eyesight) created a 28’ blackboard with “over-sized staff lines,” & a daughter Frances who married a Mr Lunk & is known to have lived in Auburn, OH in the late 1920’s.  She was active at camp meetings, like Old Camp Sychar, Mt. Vernon, Ohio & Sebring Camp in Sebring, Ohio.

Mrs Charles Morris or Lelia Naylor Morris wrote both the words & the music for many of her 1000(+) songs.  Some were published in a hymnal called Pentecostal Praises.  They include “Tis Marvelous & Wonderful” “What If It Were Today?” “Stranger of Galilee” & the one people have kidded about singing at a wedding [J] “The Fight Is On.” She died in a daughter’s house, 7/23/1929, Auburn, OH.

If you are tired of the load of your sin, Let Jesus come into your heart; If you desire a new life to begin, Let Jesus come into your heart.

Refrain  Just now, your doubtings give o’er; Just now, reject Him no more; Just now, throw open the door; Let Jesus come into your heart.

  1. If it’s for purity now that you sigh, Let Jesus come into your heart; Fountains for cleansing are flowing nearby, Let Jesus come into your heart.

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