From Thee, O God, Comes Every Favor

Author: Caspar Neuman

Neumann, Caspar, son of Martin Neumann, city tax-collector at Breslau, was born at Breslau, Sept. 14,1648. He entered the Unversity of Jena in Sept. 1667, graduated M.A. in August 1670, and was for some time one of the University lecturers. On Nov. 30, 1673, he was ordained at the request of Duke Ernst of Gotha as travelling chaplain to his son, Prince Christian, whom he accompanied through Western Germany, Switzerland, Northern Italy, and Southern France; returning to Gotha in 1675. In 1676 he became court preacher at Altenburg, but in Dec. 1678 was appointed diaconus of the St. Mary Magdalene Church at Breslau, and pastor there in 1689. Finally, in Feb. 1697 he became pastor of St. Elizabeth's at Breslau, inspector of the churches and sch… Go to person page >

Translator: D. G. Ristad

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First Line: From Thee, O God, comes every favor
Title: From Thee, O God, Comes Every Favor
German Title: O Gott, von dem wir alles haben
Author: Caspar Neuman
Translator: D. G. Ristad (1897)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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