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For Christian Homes, O Lord, We Pray

Author (sts. 1, 3-5): Richard Stoll Armstrong

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Author (st. 2): Mark A. Jeske

Mark A. Jeske translated st 2. of "Lord, Open Now My Heart to Hear" in Lutheran Service Book #908 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: For Christan homes, O Lord, we pray
Title: For Christian Homes, O Lord, We Pray
Author (sts. 1, 3-5): Richard Stoll Armstrong
Author (st. 2): Mark A. Jeske
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Source: Text st. 1,3-5: From Book of Worship for U. S. Forces published by U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402
Publication Date: 1993
Copyright: Text st. 2: © 1993 Mark A. Jeske.

Tune

GOTTLOB, ES GEHT NUNMEHR ZU ENDE

Various forms of GOTTLOB are found in a number of collections of old German melodies. One form of the tune appeared in Johann G. Wagner's Sammlung alter und neuer (1742) with the burial hymn "Gottlob, es geht nunmehr zum Ende" ("Thanks Be to God; My End Is Near Me"). Although only the first line of…

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Christian Worship #500

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