J. Rusling

Short Name: J. Rusling
Full Name: Rusling, J. (Joseph), 1788-1839
Birth Year: 1788
Death Year: 1839

Rusling, J., p. 931, i. 255, b. 1788, d. 1839. From this American writer there is a mutilated fragment in Stryker's College Hymnal, 1904: "The morn, O Christian, breaketh o'er thee" (Death and Heaven anticipated). In H. W. Beecher's Plymouth Collection, 1855, this hymn begins “Christian, the morn breaks sweetly o'er thee." It is usually dated 1832.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)


Texts by J. Rusling (34)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
By thy great name save me, O GodJoseph Rusling (Author)1
Christian, the morn breaks sweetly o'er theeJoseph Rusling (Author)41
Come, young people, love your SaviorJoseph Rusling (Author)2
For Zion's sake I will not rest, Nor will I even hold my peaceJ. Rusling (Author)1
Guardian of souls, throughout my daysJoseph Rusling (Author)3
Hail, Jacob's God, and sovereign LordJ. Rusling (Author)1
Happy the man who shuns with careJoseph Rusling (Author)1
Help, Lord, for lo! the godly ceaseJoseph Rusling (Author)1
I love the Lord because he heard My voice and humble pleaJoseph Rusling (Author)1
In wrath, O Lord, rebuke me notJoseph Rusling (Author)1
It was in ancient BethanyJ. Rusling (Author)1
Jesus, assembled in thy nameJoseph Rusling (Author)6
Jesus, let a little childJoseph Rusling (Author)5
Let infants early bringJoseph Rusling (Author)3
Lord, I am young, thy help I needJoseph Rusling (Author)3
Lord, I will bless thy nameJoseph Rusling (Author)1
Lord, unto thee I cryJ. Rusling (Author)1
Lord, we are young, thy help we needJoseph Rusling (Author)5
Lord, while for all mankind we prayJoseph Rusling (Author)English1
Love is a bright and burning fireJoseph Rusling (Author)2
Now Christ is risen from the dead (Rusling)Joseph Rusling (Author)2
Now is Christ risen from the dead (Rusling)Joseph Rusling (Author)2
O come, give thanks unto the Lord, And call upon his gracious nameJoseph Rusling (Author)1
O God of my salvation, thouJoseph Rusling (Author)1
O Lord, how excellent thy NameJoseph Rusling (Author)1
Our Lord, as history doth declareJ. Rusling (Author)1
Praise ye the Lord, my soul, sing praise, A new and joyful anthem raiseJ. Rusling (Author)1
Religion is the purest streamJoseph Rusling (Author)2
Savior, do Thou appearJoseph Rusling (Author)5
The Lord come let us praiseJoseph Rusling (Author)1
The Lord did his disciples callJ. Rusling (Author)1
This morning, Lord, attendJoseph Rusling (Author)7
To ancient Sychar, see the LordJ. Rusling (Author)1
With our forefathers we did sinJoseph Rusling (Author)1

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