Floyd W. Hawkins

Floyd W. Hawkins
Short Name: Floyd W. Hawkins
Full Name: Hawkins, Floyd W., 1904-2002
Birth Year: 1904
Death Year: 2002

Born: November 20, 1904, Pullman, Washington.
Died: July 17, 2002, Springfield, Missouri.

Floyd W. Hawkins, Ordained Minister, Church of the Nazarene, spent many years in pastoral ministry, music publishing, and as a musician and song writer. Some of his more than 500 published songs are "I've Discovered the Way of Gladness;" "The Crystal Fountain;" "Let Thy Mantle Fall on Me;" and "Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace." In 1957, Hawkins became the music editor at Lillenas Publishing Company, a position he held until 1975.


Texts by Floyd W. Hawkins (17)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
From his celestial abode Jesus cameFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)5
God's country is a land of wondrous beautyFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)2
I was a stranger and lost in the nightFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)2
I'm rejoicing as I travel on to gloryFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)2
In a mighty conflictFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)English2
La más sublime nueva esFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)Spanish3
Mankind is searching every dayF. W. H. (Author)English12
Now Zion's ship is sailingFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)4
O 'tis sweet when Jesus whispersF. W. H. (Author)English2
Once the Savior of men was a stranger to meF. W. H. (Author)English1
Our loved ones and friends are fast passing awayF. W. H. (Author)English2
Por mucho tiempo yo vagué sedientoFloyd Hawkins (Author)Spanish2
The living Word, one day made flesh in JesusFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)2
The world is overwhelmed with the spirit of strifeFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)English2
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peaceFloyd W. Hawkins (Author (Stanzas 2 & 3))English1
Upon a thousand hills, the cattle are my Lord'sFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)2
When my soul was in great needFloyd W. Hawkins (Author)3
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