Die offene Gnadentüre

Author: Lydia Baxter

Baxter, Lydia, an American Baptist, was b. at Petersburg, N. York, Sep. 2, 1800, married to Mr. Baxter, and d. in N. Y. June 22, 1874. In addition to her Gems by the Wayside, 1855, Mrs. Baxter contributed many hymns to collections for Sunday Schools, and Evangelistic Services. Of these, the following are the best known:— 1. Cast thy net again, my brother. Patient toil. Given in the Royal Diadem, N. Y., 1873. 2. Go, work in my vineyard. Duty. Also given in the Royal Diadem, 1873, and Mr. Sankey's S. & Solos, No. 4. 3. I'm kneeling, Lord, at mercy's gate. Lent. In Coronation Hymns, &c, N. Y., 1879. 4. I'm weary, I'm fainting, my day's work is done. Longing for rest. Royal Diadem. 1873. 5. In the fadeless s… Go to person page >

Translator: Ernst Gebhardt

(no biographical information available about Ernst Gebhardt.) Go to person page >

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First Line: Geoffnet steht ein Pförtchen dort
Title: Die offene Gnadentüre
English Title: There is a gate, that stands ajar
Author: Lydia Baxter
Translator: Ernst Gebhardt
Language: German
Refrain First Line: Gottlob, dass solche Gnadentür
Copyright: Public Domain

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