|Short Name:||Eliza Holmes Reed|
|Full Name:||Reed, Eliza Holmes, 1794-1867|
Reed, Eliza, née Holmes, was born in London, March 4, 1794; married to the Rev. Andrew Reed in 1816; and died July 4, 1867. Mrs. Reed entered fully and earnestly into her husband's extensive charitable works. Her publications include Original Tales for Children; and The Mother's Manual for the Training of her Children, 1865. Her hymns, 20 in all, were contributed to her husband's collection, and were republished with his in the Wycliffe Chapel Supplement, 1872. They are only of average merit, and have not attained to a marked position. They include:—
1. Gracious Lord, as Thou hast bidden. Holy Baptism.
2. I would be Thine, 0 take my heart . Dedication of Self to Christ.
3. 0 do not let the word depart. The Accepted Time.
4. 0 that I could for ever dwell. Communion with God Desired.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
|Texts by Eliza Holmes Reed (12)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|ليتني أجلس دهري||Elizabeth Holmes Reed (Author)||Arabic||2|
|يا خاطيء اسمعن ندا||Eliza Holmes Reed (Author)||Arabic||1|
|Gracious Lord, as thou hast bidden||Eliza Holmes Reed (Author)||1|
|I heard of a Savior whose love was so great, that He laid down his life on the tree||Eliza Read (Author)||English||1|
|I would be thine, O take my heart||Eliza Holmes Reed (Author)||English||21|
|La bondadosa invitación||Elizabeth Reed (Author)||Spanish||5|
|O do not let the Word depart||Eliza Reed (Author)||English||356|
|O lass den Geist nicht von dir flieh'n||Eliza Reed (Author)||German||5|
|O lass nicht das Wort entfliehen||Elizabeth Holmes Reed (Author)||German||1|
|O that I could forever dwell||Mrs. E. Reed (Author)||English||58|
|O that I could like Mary dwell||Eliza Holmes Reed (Author)||2|
|¡Oh, no rechaces la verdad!||Eliza Reed (Author)||Spanish||2|