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Carl Døving

Carl Døving
Short Name: Carl Døving
Full Name: Døving, Carl, 1867-1937
Birth Year: 1867
Death Year: 1937

Born: March 21, 1867, Nord­dal­en, Nor­way.
Died: Oc­to­ber 2, 1937, Chi­ca­go, Il­li­nois.
Buried: De­cor­ah, Io­wa.

Texts by Carl Døving (42)sort descendingAsInstances
All blessing, honor, thanks, and praiseCarl Doving (Translator)1
As after the water brooks pantethC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)4
Before Thee, God who knowest allC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)7
Behold a host, arrayed in white Like thousand snow-clad mountains brightCarl Doving, 1867-1937 (Translator)1
Behold the host arrayedDoving (Author)2
Behold the host arrayed in whiteC. Doving (Translator)4
Blessed is the man that neverC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)3
Built on the Rock, the Church shall standCarl Döving (Translator)35
Chime on, ye church bellsCarl Doving (Author)3
Deep and glorious, word victoriousCarl Doving, 1867-1937 (Translator)2
Ever is a peril near meC. Doving (Translator)3
Fear, my child, thy God and LordC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)4
God's Word is our great heritageCarl Doving (Translator)1
How blessed is the little flockC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator (st. 1))8
I come to Thee, O blessed Lord, Invited by Thy gracious wordC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)8
I know of a sleep in Jesus' nameDoving (Translator)3
In God, my Savior, I put my trust aloneCarl Døving (Translator)1
In this our happy ChristmastideC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)3
Jesus, du min sj'l har kj'rC. Doving (Author)1
Jesus, for thee and thy blessed communionC. Doving (Translator)2
Jesus, Master, at thy wordC. Doving (Translator)3
Love, the fount of light from heavenCarl Doving (Translator)2
Lover den Herre, hvis reddende Kjærlighed senderC. Doving (Author)1
Now found is the Fairest of Roses, Its beauty 'mong thorns it disclosesC. Doving (Translator)2
Now hail the day so rich in cheerC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator (st. 2))2
Now Jesus at the door is knockingCarl Doving, 1867-1937 (Translator)1
O day, full of grace, which we beholdDoving (Translator)3
O sing with exultationC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)6
On Mary, Virgin undefiledC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)2
Our Lord and God, O bless this dayC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)6
Peace to soothe our bitter woesCarl Doving, 1867- (Translator)1
Rejoice, rejoice this happy mornC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)14
Salvation unto us has comeCarl Döving, 1867-1936 (Translator)1
The kingdom Satan foundedC. Døving, 1807-1937 (Translator)2
The Lord my faithful Shepherd isC. Døving, 1867-1937 (Translator)4
The Word of God, our heritageC. Doving (Translator)2
Thee, God, we praise, Thy name we bless, Thee, Lord of all we do confessCarl Døving (Translator)3
To God the anthem raising, Sing Christians, great and smallCarl Döving (Translator)4
To Thee, omniscient Lord of allCarl Doving, 1867 - 1937 (Translator)6
Watch, my soul, and prayC. Deeving (Author)8
When sinners see their lost conditionCarl Doving, 1867-1937 (Translator)1
Why art thou cast down, my soulCarl Doving (Translator)2
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