Herman H. Brueckner

Short Name: Herman H. Brueckner
Full Name: Brueckner, Herman H., 1866-1942
Birth Year: 1866
Death Year: 1942

Born: March 11, 1866, Grundy County, Iowa (birth name: Herman Heinrich Moritz Brueckner).
Died: January 25, 1942, Hebron, Nebraska (funeral held in Beatrice, Nebraska).
Buried: St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery, Waverly, Iowa.

After ordination in 1888, Brueckner pastored in Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, and Wisconsin. He later moved to Iowa City, Iowa, and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Iowa State University in 1917. In 1926, he joined the faculty of Hebron College in Nebraska. In 1938, Wartburg Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa, conferred an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree on him. He retired as professor emeritus from Hebron College in 1941.

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Texts by Herman H. Brueckner (116)sort descendingAsInstances
خذ بيدي وقدنيHerman H. Brückner (Author)1
A Lamb goes forth our griefs to shareH. Brueckner (Translator)4
A tender plant is growingHerman Brueckner (Author)2
Abide with us, Lord JesusHerman Brueckner (Author)5
All hail, thou day of wondrous graceH. Brueckner (Author)2
Aloft in yonder belfryH. Brueckner (Author)2
Arise, my soul, new light receivingH. Brueckner (Translator)1
As o'er the realm of natureH. Brueckner (Author)2
Awake, my heart, and marvelH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Awake, thou Spirit bold and daringH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Be ye joyful, earth and skyH. Brueckner (Translator)6
Beautiful upon the mountain Are the feet of him who bringsH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Blessed Jesus, at Thy wordH. Brueckner (Translator (st. 4))2
Blest is he that never walkethH. Brueckner, 1866-1942 (Translator)2
By grace I am an heir of heavenH. Brueckner (Translator)9
By nature man cannot achieveH. Brueckner (Translator)1
By sin weighed down, and sorely strickenH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Cast me not in wrath awayH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Christ, of holiness the fountainH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Christians, keep your banners wavingH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Come now, ye shepherds, away from your foldH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Commit thou all that grieves theeHerman H. Brueckner (Translator)1
Dayspring of eternity, Light of Light, from God proceedingH. Brueckner (Translator)4
Dear Christians, one and all, rejoice, With exultation springingH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Evening and morning, sunset and dawningHerman H. M. Brueckner, 1866-1942 (Translator (sts. 3-4))3
Firmly in my hand I holdH. Brueckner (Author)2
Five wells I know from which do flow peace, hope, joy andH. Brueckner (Translator)1
From distant shores returningH. Brueckner (Translator)3
From his throne in heavenH. Brueckner (Translator)4
Go joyfully forth to war against sinH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Go with Jesus to thy taskH. Brueckner (Translator)4
God is in his holy temple, O let us adore himH. Brueckner (Translator)5
Hark! a voice saith, All are mortalH. Brueckner (Translator (st. 3-5))1
He lives, my Lord has left the graveH. Brueckner (Translator)2
How good it is for brethrenH. Brueckner (Translator)1
I have chosen thee, my SaviorH. Brueckner (Translator)2
I worship love's transcending powerHerman Brueckner (Author)1
If God Himself be for meH. Brueckner (Translator)1
If God Himself be for me, Who shall against me be?Herman H. Brueckner (Translator)1
Immanuel, to thee we sing, Thou Prince of Life our Lord and KingH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Jesus Christ as King is reigningH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Jesus, my Captain, to victory lead meH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Jesus, our Captain, Hope of our salvationH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Jesus, Savior of the virgin bornHerman H. Brueckner (Translator)1
Jesus, Savior, wondrous mildH. Brueckner (Author)1
Jesus, sun of gladnessH. Brueckner (Author)7
Let the earth exalt the LordH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Let us ever walk with Jesus, Follow His example pureH. Brueckner (Translator)3
Lift up the banner of salvationH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Lord Jesus Christ, of virgin bornH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Lord Jesus Christ, the cause is thineH. Brueckner (Translator)5
Lord Jesu Christ, with us abideH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Lord, open thou both heart and earH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Lord, thy blessing send usH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Lord, thy Word, that sacred treasureH. Brueckner (Translator)4
Midst the lillies blooming yonderH. Brueckner (Translator)3
Most fervent thanks I renderH. Brueckner (Translator)1
My beautiful home is in heaven aboveH. Brueckner (Translator)1
My heart delights, O Lord, upon Thy works to ponderH. Brueckner (Translator)2
My soul has found the sure foundationH. Brueckner (Translator)2
My truest Friend abides in heavenH. Brueckner (Translator)3
Now rest beneath night's shadows All woodlands, fields, and meadowsHerman H. Brueckner (Translator)1
Now to gain a night's reposeH. Brueckner (Translator)1
O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, How green thy branches ever (Brueckner)H. Brueckner (Translator)2
O come, little children, O come, one and all (Brueckner)Herman Brueckner (Author)10
O God, if thy beloved SonH. Brueckner (Translator)1
O holy child we welcome theeHerman Brueckner (Author)2
O let us praise the Christmas treeHerman Brueckner (Author)3
O Lord, thou living bread from heavenH. Brueckner (Translator)2
O power of love, all else transcendingH. Brueckner (Translator)12
O my Savior, I adore theeH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Take thou my hand, O FatherH. Brueckner (Translator)23
O that thy fire now soon were kindledH. Brueckner (Translator)2
O where is the home for the soul to be foundH. Brueckner (Translator)3
One thing only, Lord, is needfulH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Onward move, onward move, Zion in the pathsHerman Brueckner (Author)1
Our Savior to the Jordan cameH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Preserve in fullest measureH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Seek ye who will some other wayH. Brueckner (Author)1
Sing praise to God who reigns aboveH. Brueckner (Translator (sts. 2-3))1
Sinners may to Christ draw nearH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Soul of mine, to God awakingH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Soul, with all thine anguishH. Brueckner (Translator)1
Thank ye the Lord, Give thanks to the LordH. Brueckner (Translator)4
That we our will to him might yieldH. Brueckner (Translator)1
The heavens cannot thee embraceH. Brueckner (Author)2
The Lord hath helped me hithertoHerman Brueckner (Author)4
The morning sun illumines the skiesH. Brueckner (Translator)3
The sun ascendingH. Brueckner (Translator)1
The sun's bright rays are lost to sightH. Brueckner (Translator)1
The tribute of our thanks we bringH. Brueckner (Translator)2
The truest friend abides in heavenH. Brueckner (Translator)1
There is a gentle Gardener, Who owns a gardenfairHerman Brueckner (Author)2
There is a little gardenerHerman H. Brueckner (Translator)1
Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life from heavenH. Brueckner (Translator)2
To God be honor, laud and praiseH. Brueckner (Translator)2
To thee, eternal God, Our fervent thanksH. Brueckner (Author)4
To us from heaven's lofty heightH. Brueckner (Translator)4
Upon a mount there stood a treeH. Brueckner (Translator)3
Wait thou, O my soulHerman Brueckner (Author)2
We all believe in one true God, Father, Son and Holy GhostH. Brueckner (Translator)1
We gather to worship Jehovah, the righteousH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Weary now I go to restHerman Brueckner (Author)1
Weary now, I seek reposeHerman H. Brueckner (Translator)1
What is the world to meH. Brueckner (Translator)1
What wealth of joy thy presence lendethH. Brueckner (Translator)2
When children, young and tenderHerman Brueckner (Author)3
Who knows how soon my days are endedH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Why art thou heavy heartedH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Why should I repine in sadnessH. Brueckner (Translator)1
With noiseless step an angelH. Brueckner (Translator)2
With the Lord thy task beginH. Brueckner (Author)7
Would you know my greatest prizeH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Ye baptized people, one and allHerman Brueckner (Author)2
Ye Christians, sing a joyful layH. Brueckner (Translator)2
Zion's daughter, O rejoiceH. Brueckner (Translator)3
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