|Short Name:||Henry Bennett|
|Full Name:||Bennett, Henry, 1813-1868|
Bennett, Henry, born at Lyme Regis, April 18, 1813, and died at Islington, Nov. 12, 1868. His hymns, written at various dates, were collected and published as follows:—
(1) Hymns by H. B., Lond.: Printed for the Author, 1867. This contained 25 pieces. (2) Hymns by the late Henry Bennett, 2nd ed., 1869. This was published by request, with additional hymns (32 in all, and 6 unfinished).
From these editions of his Hymns, “Cling to the Mighty One," and "I have a home above," are in extensive use. The following are also in common use:—
1. Jesus, my [the] Holy One. Jesus for Men.
2. Lord Jesus, hide Thy people. Jesus All in All.
-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
|Texts by Henry Bennett (7)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Cling to the Mighty One||Henry Bennett (Author)||56|
|He sitteth over the water floods||Henry Bennett (Author)||3|
|I have a home above, From sin and sorrow free||H. Bennett (Author)||51|
|Jesus the holy one, Thou art for me||Henry Bennett (Author)||2|
|Satisfied with thee Lord Jesus, I am blest||Henry Bennett (Author)||3|
|There's a refuge in God for the sin burdened soul||Henry Bennett (Author)||3|
|We have a home above||Henry Bennett (Author)||2|