Come, saints, let us join in the praise of the Lamb

Come, saints, let us join in the praise of the Lamb

Author: Maria DeFleury
Published in 12 hymnals

Author: Maria DeFleury

De Fleury, Maria (died circa 1794), was an intimate friend of Dr. John Ryland (1753-1815), and resided at one time at 31 Jewin Street, Cripplegate, London. She entered very earnestly into the religious controversies of her day, and wrote several works thereon, including Unrighteous Abuses Detected and Chastised, &c, 1781, Antinomianism Unmasked, &c, 1791, and others. Several of her hymns were published in the Protestant Magazine, 1781-3: 5 in Joseph Middleton's Hymns, 1793; and 2 in Dr. Collyer's Collection, 1812. Her Divine Poems, and Essays on Various Subjects, is dated 1791. From this are taken, (1) "Thou soft flowing Kedron, by thy silver stream" (Sufferings and Glory of Christ), from which hymn the cento "O garden of Olivet, dear hono… Go to person page >

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First Line: Come, saints, let us join in the praise of the Lamb
Author: Maria DeFleury

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The Christian Harmony #d65

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The Christian Hymn Book #666

The Christian Hymnal #d113

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The Christian Hymnal #517

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The Christian hymnal #573

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The Harp #345

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The Harp. 2nd ed. #a345

The Harp. 2nd ed. #d9

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The Psalmist #347

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The Psalmist #347

The Sanctus #d44

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The Social Psalmist #27

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