Frances Ridley Havergal — Biographies and Information

Frances Havergal Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879) was an English poet and hymn writer. Began writing verse at age of seven. Her most widely known hymn is "Take My Life and Let It Be." Also wrote the words for "Like A River Glorious," "I Gave My Life for Thee," and "Who Is on the Lord's Side?" She published several volumes of poems and hymns as well as prose writings.

For New Year's Day, 1874: 'From Glory to Glory'. A Poem.
"Go." Article on Matt. 28:19.
The Ministry of Song. Six poems from this collection.
Morning Stars; or, Names of Christ for His Little Ones. eBook
A View of Things Which Would Work Wonders. Article on consecration.

Recommended Book:
Frances Ridley Havergal: Hymnwriter [by] Esther E. Enock. Greenville, S.C.: Ambassador, 2001.
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