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Burn in Me, Fire of God

Burn in me, Fire of God

Tune: TRENTHAM
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Source: Baptist Hymnal 1991 #496
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Text Information

First Line: Burn in me, Fire of God
Title: Burn in Me, Fire of God
Meter: 6.6.8.6

Tune

TRENTHAM

Robert Jackson (b, Oldham, Lancashire, England, 1842; d. Oldham, 1914) originally, composed TRENTHAM as a setting for Henry W. Baker's "O Perfect Life of Love" (380). Named for a village in Staffordshire, England, close to the town in which Jackson was born, the tune was published with the Baker tex…

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