Scripture Verse

There is no other name under Heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved. Acts 4:12


Lewis T. Hartsough (1828–1919)

Words: Lew­is T. Hart­sough, 1884. Ap­peared in Glo­ri­ous Things in Sac­red Song, by Tul­li­us C. O’Kane (De­la­ware, Ohio: T. C. O’Kane, 1886), num­ber 35.

Music: Do­netsk Lew­is T. Hart­sough, har­mo­nized by Al­ice Hart­sough (🔊 pdf nwc).

If you know where to get a good pho­to of Al­ice Hart­sough (head & shoul­ders, at least 200×300 pix­els),


None other now but Je­sus,
No other name for me;
No other Christ or Sav­ior
Can bring such grace, and free;
He found me such a sinner,
And saved me so from sin,
Why should I seek another?
My soul claims none but Him.


He sought me, found me, won me,
He saved me from my sin,
And still delights to love me;
None other, then, but Him.

None other now but Je­sus,
No other love to know;
A satisfying fountain
From Him doth ever flow.
He ransomed, then enthroned me,
A prince and rising king;
Throughout the ages coming
His praises will I sing.


None other now but Je­sus,
None other so attends
My every need so fully—
A friend above all friends;
Abounding grace I measure
As He abides within,
And raptures high and holy,
As He takes all of sin.


None other now but Je­sus,
No other trust I share;
No other arm upholds me,
No other takes my care;
He is my Rock of Refuge,
Completest hiding place;
Aye more—a source unfailing
Of working, conquering grace.


None other now but Je­sus,
No other name for me
In earth or highest Hea­ven,
For He hath made me free;
O Je­sus, Je­sus, Je­sus,
My tested, truest friend,
Thee, Thee alone I’m trusting;
O keep me to the end.