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Bleib' mir, o Lamm! blieb' immer

Bleib' mir, o Lamm! blieb' immer

Author: J. v. Watteville, g. 1718, d. 1788
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Author: J. v. Watteville, g. 1718, d. 1788

Johannes de Watteville, was the son-in-law of Nicholas Ludwig, Graf von Zinzendorf, married to Zinzendorf's daughter Benigna. He was a Moravian bishop in Germany. He originated the Christingle tradition in 1747 when he gave each child in his church a lighted candle wrapped in a red ribbon with a prayer that said "Lord Jesus, kindle a flame in these dear children's hearts."… Go to person page >

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First Line: Bleib' mir, o Lamm! blieb' immer
Author: J. v. Watteville, g. 1718, d. 1788

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Gesangbuch der Evangelischen Brüdergemeinen in Nord Amerika (Neue vermehrte Aufl.) #599

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