Fanny Crosby’s Story of Ninety-four Years

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This is the amazing story of an amazing lady.  Frances Jane Crosby was blinded by an unwise medical treatment at only six weeks of age.  Her blindness was irreversible and she remained sightless for the rest of her long life.  Yet she was never heard to complain. Instead, she set herself to writing songs and poems in praise to God.  She  became the most prolific hymn writer in American history, producing nearly 9,000 hymns.  Over a hundred years after her death, most of our hymnbooks today contain several of her songs.  She worked tirelessly with Dwight Moody and Ira D. Sankey in their famous evangelistic work and spoke in countless churches to overflowing crowds.  You will be challenged, encouraged and inspired by the true story of the lady known to thousands as “Aunt Fanny.”

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This is the amazing story of an amazing lady.  Frances Jane Crosby was blinded by an unwise medical treatment at only six weeks of age.  Her blindness was irreversible and she remained sightless for the rest of her long life.  Yet she was never heard to complain. Instead, she set herself to writing songs and poems in praise to God.  She  became the most prolific hymn writer in American history, producing nearly 9,000 hymns.  Over a hundred years after her death, most of our hymnbooks today contain several of her songs.  She worked tirelessly with Dwight Moody and Ira D. Sankey in their famous evangelistic work and spoke in countless churches to overflowing crowds.  You will be challenged, encouraged and inspired by the true story of the lady known to thousands as “Aunt Fanny.”

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