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To thee, the Lord Almighty

Author: William Gaskell Appears in 15 hymnals Hymnal Title: Jubilate Deo Used With Tune: WEBB

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Appears in 1,522 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: G. J. Webb Hymnal Title: Jubilate Deo Incipit: 51131 16151 2325 Used With Text: To thee, the Lord Almighty
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[To thee, the Lord almighty]

Appears in 3 hymnals Hymnal Title: The Carol Incipit: 33543 32346 54333 Used With Text: Praise

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Thine is the Glory Forever

Author: Gaskell Hymnal: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion (15th ed.) #494 (1866) Hymnal Title: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion (15th ed.) First Line: To Thee, the Lord almighty Lyrics: To Thee, the Lord almighty, Our noblest praise we give, Who all things hast created, And blessest all that live; 386 Whose goodness, never-failing Through countless ages gone, Forever and forever Shall still keep shining on. Languages: English
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To Thee, the Lord almighty

Author: Gaskell Hymnal: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion. (10th ed.) #494 (1848) Hymnal Title: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion. (10th ed.) Languages: English
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To thee, the Lord Almighty

Author: Gaskell Hymnal: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for the Sanctuary #88 (1845) Hymnal Title: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for the Sanctuary Languages: English

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William Gaskell

1805 - 1884 Hymnal Title: Jubilate Deo Author of "To thee, the Lord Almighty" in Jubilate Deo Gaskell, William, M.A., son of Mr. William Gaskell, was born at Latchford (a suburb of Warrington, on the Cheshire side of the Mersey), 24 July, 1805. He was educated at Manchester New College and at the University of Glasgow, where he graduated M.A. in 1825. In 1828 he became co-pastor with the Rev. J. G. Robberds at Cross Street Unitarian Chapel, Manchester, a position he held until his death. Mr. Gaskell was a man of cultivated mind and considerable literary ability. His publications include Lectures on the Lancashire Dialect, 1853, a small volume of Temperance Rhymes, 1839, and various theological works. In 1832 he married Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson, who afterwards attained celebrity as the authoress of Mary Barton, and of other popular tales. He died June 11, 1884, and is buried at Knutsford. To the second edition, 1856, of the 1st Series of Lyra Germanica Mr. Gaskell contributed "A sure Stronghold our God is He," a translation of Luther's “ Ein' feste Burg" (q.v.), replacing a version by Miss Winkworth in the first edition. He also contributed 79 hymns to Beard's Unitarian Collection of Hymns for Public and Private Worship, 1837. [George Arthur Crawford, M.A.] The following hymns by Gaskell still in common use are found chiefly in Unitarian hymnbooks, including Martineau's Hymns, &c, 1840, and Hymns of Praise and Prayer, 1873; Hedge & Huntington's Hymns for the Church of Christ, Boston, U.S.A., 1853; Longfellow & Johnson's Book of Hymns, Boston, 1848, and their Hymns of the Spirit, Boston, 1864; and the American Unitarian Association's Hymn [& Tune] Book, &c, Boston, 1868 :— 1. Dark, dark indeed the grave would be. Death and Burial. 2. Darkness o'er the world was brooding. The Dayspring. 3. Dark were the paths our Master trod. Sympathy with Christ. 4. Father, glory be to Thee. Doxology. 5. Forth went the heralds of the cross. Power of Faith. 6. How long, O Lord, his brother's blood? In time of War. From this "O hush, great God, the sounds of war," is taken. 7. I am free, I am free, I have broken away. The New Birth. 8. In vain we thus recall to mind. Holy Communion. 9. Mighty God, the first, the last. Infinite Knowledge. 10. No more, on earth no more. Death and Heaven. 11. Not in this simple rite alone. Holy Communion. 12. Not on this day, 0 God, alone. Sunday. 13. O God, the darkness roll away. Missions. 14. O God, to Thee our hearts would pay. Old Year. 15. 0 God, who knowest how frail we are. Seeking Strength. 16. 0 not to crush with abject fear. Christ's Work. 17. Our Father, through the coining year. The original begins, "Father, throughout the coming year." 18. Press on, press on, ye sons of light. Continuance in well-doing. 19. Sleep not, soldier of the cross. Faithfulness. 20. Thanks, thanks unto God! Who in mercy hath spoken. Gratitude for the Gospel. 21. Through all this life's eventful road. Walking with God. 22. To Thee, the Lord Almighty. Doxology. 23. Unto Thy temple, God of Love. Divine Worship. 24. We join to [crave] pray with wishes kind. Holy Matrimony. 25. We would leave, 0 God, to Thee. Original: "We would cast, 0 God, on Thee." Rest in God. 26. When arise the thoughts of sin. Looking to Jesus. These hymns all appeared in Beard's Collection, 1837. In addition there are:— 27. Calmly, calmly lay him down. 28. 0 Father, [gladly] humbly we repose. 29. 0 hush, great God, the sounds of war. For Peace. The dates of these hymns we have not been able to determine. No. 27 is in Hopps's Hymns for Public Worship, 1858 ; and Nos. 28 and 29 are in Hedge & Huntington's Hymns for the Church of Christ, 1853. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

George James Webb

1803 - 1887 Person Name: G. J. Webb Hymnal Title: Jubilate Deo Composer of "WEBB" in Jubilate Deo George James Webb, b. 1803,England; d. 1887, Orange, N. J. Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal, 1908