Philip Bliss

Philip Bliss

Philip Paul Bliss (9 July 1838 – 29 December 1876) was an American composer, conductor, writer of hymns and a bass-baritone Gospel singer. He wrote many well-known hymns, including Almost Persuaded, Hallelujah, What a Saviour!, Let the Lower Lights Be Burning, Wonderful Words of Life, and the tune for Horatio Spafford's It Is Well with My Soul.

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Philip Bliss - Connection To Titanic
... Washington Dodge, reported that passengers in lifeboats sang the Bliss hymn "Pull For The Shore", some while rowing ...

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