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Person: BLISS, Philip  (1838-1876)

Biographical summary of this person
Full name
Philip Paul BLISS
Gender
male
Relevance of this person
lyricist/composer of hymns used with slide sets
Main period of activity
N/A
Other internet resources
Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
9 July 1838
born at
29 December 1876
38
died at
Texts linked to this person
Hymns (15)

Philip Bliss, ‘Almost persuaded’ in Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Mary A. Bachelor and Philip Bliss, ‘Go bury thy sorrow’ in Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Mary G. Brainard and Philip Bliss, ‘He knows’ in Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Frances Ridley Havergal and Philip Bliss, I gave my life for thee (1873)

Horatio G. Spafford and Philip Bliss, ‘It is well with my soul’ in Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Philip Bliss, ‘Let the lower lights be shining’ in Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Philip Bliss, ‘Only an armour bearer’ in Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Philip Bliss, Standing by a purpose true (1873)

Philip Bliss, ‘This loving Saviour stands patiently’ in Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Frances Ridley Havergal and Philip Bliss, ‘Thy life was given for me!’ in several compilations


Songs (2)

Philip Bliss, Pull for the shore! (n.d.)

Lucerna ID  6001739

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 22 February 2021

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