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Dir, Gott und Vater, sei dies Haus

Dir, Gott und Vater, sei dies Haus

Author: J. R. Scott
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Author: J. R. Scott

Scott, Jacob Richardson, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, March 1, 1815, and graduated in Arts at Brown University 1836, and in Theology at Newton Theological College, 1842. He entered the Baptist ministry in 1842, and was successively located at Petersburg, Virginia; Portland, Maine; at Fall River, Massachusetts; and Yonkers, New York. He died Dec. 10, 1861. His hymn “To Thee this temple we devote" (Dedication of a Place of Worship) was contributed to the Psalmist, 1843. It is found in several American hymn-books. [Rev. Frank M. Bird, M.A.] -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: Dir, Gott und Vater, sei dies Haus
Author: J. R. Scott

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Gesangbuch der Evangelischen Brüdergemeinen in Nord Amerika (Neue vermehrte Aufl.) #883

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