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Mein Freund und ich

Ein Freund, wie rings auf Erden

Author: M. A. E. Shorey-Lancaster
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: M. A. E. Shorey-Lancaster

L. Shorey (Mary Ann Elizabeth Lancaster, née Shorey), was born in London, Jan. 27, 1851, and now (1906) resides in Forest Drive, Leyonstone, Essex. She is the author of many hymns and poems which have appeared as leaflets, in her The Broken Angel, and other Poems, 1892, and elsewhere. Three of them, first printed in the Baptist newspaper and included in the 1902 edition of Hymns of Consecration and Faith, are:— 1. I have a Friend so precious. [The Love of Christ.] "Written one Sunday morning in the summer of 1890. While busy with household affairs some thoughts suggested by the sermon heard the previous evening (on St. Matt. xi. 29) at Leytonstone, began to shape themselves in rhyme." The complete hymn was first printe… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Ein Freund, wie rings auf Erden
Title: Mein Freund und ich
Author: M. A. E. Shorey-Lancaster

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Evangeliums-Saenger #d37

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