|Short Name:||John Patrick|
|Full Name:||Patrick, John, 1632-1695|
John Patrick, a brother of Bishop Simon Patrick, was Prebendary of Peterborough, 1685; Precentor of Chichester, 1690; and preacher at the Charter-House, in the Chapel of which he was buried on his death, in 1695. His "Psalms of David, in Metre," were much used by Presbyterians and Independents until superseded by the compositions of Watts.
----Annotations of the Hymnal, Charles Hutchins, M.A. 1872.
|Texts by John Patrick (9)||As||Instances|
|Beyond the limits of the sky||Patrick (Author)||5|
|God, who is just and kind||Patrick (Author)||41|
|In vain opposing nations rage||Patrick (Author)||18|
|Let none be envious when they see||Patrick (Author)||4|
|O God, thou just and kind||John Patrick (Author)||2|
|O God, thy humble suppliants hear||John Patrick (Author)||1|
|O God, we praise Thee, and confess||Patrick (Author)||109|
|Thee we adore, Eternal Word, the Father's equal Son||John Patrick (Author)||1|
|While shepherds watched their flocks by night, All seated on the ground||Patrick (Author)||18|