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Blest be the Lord, who heard my prayer

Blest be the Lord, who heard my prayer

Author: Timothy Dwight
Tune: GILEAD (Mehul)
Published in 16 hymnals

Author: Timothy Dwight

Timothy Dwight (b. Northampton, MA, 1752; d. Philadelphia, PA, 1817) was a grandson of Jonathan Edwards who became a Congregationalist pastor, a Revolutionary War army chaplain, a tutor and professor at Yale College, and president of Yale from 1795 to 1817. As president he continued to teach and serve as chaplain and was instrumental in improving both the academic and the spiritual life of the college. Bert Polman… Go to person page >

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First Line: Blest be the Lord, who heard my prayer
Author: Timothy Dwight
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances (1 - 16 of 16)

Cantica Laudis #d37

Church Melodies, a Collection of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs #d129

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Church Psalmody #P28

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Church Psalmody #P28

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Freedom's Lyre #258

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Manual of Christian Psalmody #P28

Melodies of the Church #d126

Plymouth Collection #d4

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Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs #53

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Psalms and Hymns, for Christian Use and Worship #P28.1

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Psalms and Hymns #P28

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The Choir #92a

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The Christian Psalmist #P28

The Psaltery #d29

Union Hymns #d56

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