Enfield, William , LL.D., born at Sudbury, Suffolk, March 29, 1741, of poor parents. Through the assistance of Mr. Hextall, the local Dissenting Minister, at 17 he entered the Daventry Academy under Dr. Ashworth. His first pastorate was of the congregation at Benn's Garden, Liverpool, to which he ministered from 1763 to 1770. In conjunction with Rev. J. Brekell of Key St. chapel, he edited
A New Collection of Psalms proper for Christian Worship, in three parts. I. Psalms of David, &c. II. Psalms of Praise to God. III. Psalms on various Subjects. Liverpool. Printed in the year 1764. Known as the Liverpool Old Collection; Later eds., 1767, 1770, 1787. In this last, 60 more hymns are added to the 3rd part.
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Behold, where in a mortal form [the Friend of Man] . W. Enfield. [Christ our Example.] Appeared in the 3rd edition of his Hymns for Public Worship, &c, 1797, in 8 stanzas of 4 lines. It passed from thence into Bickersteth's Christian Psalmody, 1833, Reed's Hymn-Book, 1842, and others. In the Baptist New Selection, 1828, No. 120, it was given as, “Behold, where in the Friend of Man," with the omission of stanza ii., and in this form it is found in the Baptist Psalms & Hymns, 1858. The hymn is also in common use in America. The first form, abbreviated, is in Songs for the Sanctuary, N. Y., 1865, and the second is in Hymns & Songs of Praise, N. Y., 1874, and others.
MANOAH was first published in Henry W. Greatorex's Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes (1851). This anthology (later editions had alternate titles) contained one of the best tune collections of its era and included thirty-seven original compositions and arrangements by compiler Greatorex as well as m…
Display Title: Behold, Where, in a Mortal FormFirst Line: Behold, where, in a mortal formTune Title: ST. SAVIOURAuthor: William EnfieldMeter: C. M.Scripture: Colossians 1:19Date: 2017Subject: Feet-Washing |
Display Title: Behold, Where In A Mortal FormFirst Line: Behold, where in a mortal formTune Title: MANOAHAuthor: William EnfieldMeter: CMSource: A Selection of Hymns for Social Worship (Norwich, England: 1795), alt.