|Short Name:||Charles L. Ford|
|Full Name:||Ford, Charles Lawence, 1830-|
Ford, Charles Lawrence, B.A., son of Mr. W. Ford, artist, of Bath, was born at Bath in 1830. Mr. Ford is a graduate of the London University, and is engaged in scholastic work. In 1862 he contributed several poetical pieces to Canon Baynes's Lyra Anglicana, in 1865 to his English Lyrics, and also to the Illustrated Book of Sacred Poetry, n.d. Mr. Ford's hymns and poems were collected and published as Lyra Christi, 1874.
From these works the following have come into common use:—
1. Father, for Thy kindest word. (1862.) Strength in Weakness.
2. Lord, from this time we cry to Thee. Christ the Guide of Youth.
3. O Thou, by Whom the balm is borne. In Affliction.
4. This is my Body which is given for you. Holy Communion.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
|Texts by Charles L. Ford (10)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|A heart, O God, that pain nor sorrow tireth||Charles L. Ford (Translator)||English||2|
|Brother in Christ! thy heart prepare||Charles L. Ford (Translator)||English||2|
|Earthly joys no longer please us||C. L. Ford (Author)||English||5|
|Father, for thy kindest word||Charles L. Ford (Author)||2|
|I heard the voice of harpers, harping sweetly||Charles L. Ford (Author)||English||2|
|Midnight clouds are rolled away||Charles L. Ford (Author)||2|
|O hadst thou known, in this day||Charles L. Ford (Author)||English||2|
|She brought her box of alabaster||C. L. Ford (Author)||3|
|This is my body, which is given for you||C. L. Ford (Author)||English||8|
|We all are in one school||Charles Lawrence Ford (Author)||English||2|