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George Taylor Rygh

Short Name: George Taylor Rygh
Full Name: Rygh, George Taylor, 1860-1942
Birth Year: 1860
Death Year: 1942
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Texts by George Taylor Rygh (29)sort descendingAsInstances
All who believe and are baptizedGeorge Alfred Taylor Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)20
And now we must bid one another farewellG. T. Rygh (Author)4
Be present at our table, LordGeorge Taylor Rygh, 1860-1943 (Translator)1
God's Word is our great heritageGeorge Taylor Rygh, 1860-1943 (Translator)1
He is arisen! Glorious Word!G. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)12
Heavenly Spirit, all others transcendingG. T. Rygh (Translator)8
Help me, Lord, by thy great powerG. T. Rygh (Translator)2
Holy Spirit, God of love, Who our night dost brightenGeorge T. Rygh (Author)4
In Jesus I find rest and peaceG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)2
In Jesus' name our work must all be doneG. T. Rygh (Author)2
Jesus, I long for thy blessed communionG. T. Rygh (Author)1
Like the golden sun ascending, Breaking through the gloom of nightG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)5
Lord of spirits, I surrenderG. T. Rygh (Author)4
O day, full of grace, which we beholdRygh (Translator)2
O Father, may Thy Word prevailG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)5
O happy day, when we shall stand Amid the heavenly throneG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)7
O Jesus, I beseech theeG. T. Rygh (Author)1
O Light of God's most wondrous loveG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)5
O watch and pray, My soul, the wayG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)5
Our Lord and God, O bless this dayG. T. Rygh (Translator)4
Our table now with food is spreadG. T. Rygh (Author)5
Peace to soothe our bitter woesG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)11
Rejoice, rejoice this happy mornGeorge A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)1
Speak, O Lord, Thy servant heareth, To Thy word I now give heedG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)11
Speak, O Lord, your servant is list'ningGeorge T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)1
Strait [straight] is the gate to heaven aboveG. T. Rygh (Author)1
Thanks to Thee, O Christ, victorious!George A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)2
Thou must increase, Lord, and I must decreaseG. T. Rygh (Translator)1
Thy love, O gracious God and LordG. A. T. Rygh, 1860-1942 (Translator)2

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