P. C. Paulsen

Short Name: P. C. Paulsen
Full Name: Paulsen, P. C., (Paul Christian), 1881-1948
Birth Year: 1881
Death Year: 1948

Paul Christian Paulsen was born on March 26, 1881, in Alstrup, Jutland, Denmark.
He emigrated to America in 1904, was ordained in 1911, and served as a Lutheran pastor in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, California, and Alberta, Canada.
He died on July 26, 1948.

NN, Hymnary


Texts by P. C. Paulsen (95)sort descendingAsInstances
A goodly pearl lies hidden wellP. C. Paulsen (Author)3
A life together in love and trothP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
A little child so fair and brightP. C. Paulsen (Translator (English))1
All that which soars in upward flightP. C. Paulsen (Author)1
All ye who like the birds can soarP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Arise, my soul, this New Year's morningP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
As wide as the skies is thy mercy, O GodP. C. Paulsen (Translator)4
Awaken from your idle dreamingP. C. Paulsen (Translator (English))1
Blest is he who cries to heavenP. C. Paulsen (Author)4
Break forth, O Sun of grace most tenderP. C. Paulsen (Translator (English))1
By faith we please the Lord on highP. C. Paulsen (Author)3
Children of God born again of his spiritP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Come, children, and sing to our Father on highP. C. Paulsen (Author)3
Come rain from the heavensP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Draw me, O Lord, to thee on highP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
For Thy care and mercy tenderP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
From the graves remove dark crossesP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Great art thou, God, the hosts of heaven wonderP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Hasten on, hasten onP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
He who has helped me hithertoP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Holy Spirit, comfort blestP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
How gladly I my place have takenP. C. Paulsen (Translator)5
I go to heaven, there is my homeP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
I know, O God, I need thy watchful careP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
I live, and I know the span of my yearsP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
I love the Lord, my Savior trueP. C. Paulsen (Author)3
I saw him in childhood with eyes brightly beamingP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
If thou but know the life that thou are leadingP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Jesus, bless thy congregationP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
Jesus dear, thy lambs thou feedestP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus onlyP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Jesus, my Savior, my Shepherd blestP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Jesus, Savior, precious nameP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
Just one thing have I desiredP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Keep thy faith and youthful vigorP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Let us go to GalileeP. C. Paulsen (Author)4
Lo how the pilgrimsP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
Lo, the Lord extends his handP. C. Paulsen (Translator (English))1
Lord Jesus, in Thy name we nowP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Lord Jesus, our king, enthroned on highP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Lord, make thou me ever meek and humbleP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Love, the law of God fulfillingP. C. Paulsen (Author)1
Mindful of a constant FriendP. C. Paulsen (Translator (English))1
Mother, I am tired, let me slumberP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
My faith bids me to tarryP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
My heart, prepare to give accountP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
My Sunday School, the happy placeP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Now bells are ringing far and wideP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Now sin, with reign unbrokenP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Now sounding over hills and leaP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
O Christmas, welcome hereP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
O come and stand beneath the cross, And hear what Jesus speaks to usP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
O God, before I slumberP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
O God, in mercy mildP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
O Holy Spirit come we prayP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
O Jesus dear, O Savior mildP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
O let this day remind youP. C. Paulsen (Author)1
O Lord, ordain thy servantP. C. Paulsen (Author)3
O seek the Lord todayP. C. Paulsen (Translator)6
Oh, that I had a thousand voices, They should be raised to Christ my Lord!P. C. Paulsen (Translator (English))1
Send to the fields of thy harvest, O GodP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
Sing to Jesus, O my spiritP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Sing, ye children to the LordP. C. Paulsen (Author)3
Stand fast, my soul, stand fastP. C. Paulsen (Translator)3
Take away the signs of mourningP. C. Paulsen (Author)1
Take my heart, O Jesus, work its stony soilP. C. Paulsen (Author)4
Teach me, O God, to beP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
Thanks to God who us hath givenP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Thanks to Thee, O gracious FatherP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
The country lies in deep reposeP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
The faith that God believethP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
The flowers now awaken, refreshed by morning dewP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
The flowers slowly awakenP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
The Lord be praised, I'm homeward boundP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
The Lord to thee appealethP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
The ship of the King is sailingP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
The sun arises nowP. C. Paulsen, 1881-1948 (Translator)6
The year now hastens to its endP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
There came a message from the skyP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
There is a way, By worldly man forsakenP. C. Paulsen (Author)1
This night, while I am sleepingP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Thy blessing fills our earthly needP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
Thy word, O God, like dew, restorethP. C. Paulsen (Translator (English))1
To thee, O Jesus, thanks are dueP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Upon the sure foundation of Jesus Christ our LordP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
Watchman, when will night be overP. C. Paulsen (Author)2
We are in our Father's handP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
We are little children (Paulsen)P. C. Paulsen (Author)2
We love the temple of the LordP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
We raise our thanks, O God, to TheeP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Who will join the throng to heavenP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
With gladness we hail this blessed dayP. C. Paulsen (Translator)2
Ye birds, awake, for the dawn is nearP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Young people's Savior, hark, when we are prayingP. C. Paulsen (Translator)1
Your home must be founded upon the Rock that standsP. C. Paulsen (Author)1
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