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God's power directs the rushing wind

God's power directs the rushing wind

Author: Erasmus Darwin
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Author: Erasmus Darwin

Darwin, Erasmus, M.D., 1732-1802. Physician and poet, of Lichfield, author of The Botanic Garden , 1781, &c. He was a friend of Dr. Priestley's, and in sympathy with many of his views, although not permanently connected with any church. His hymn on God, the disposer of events, “The Lord, how tender is his love," is in Kippis, Martineau’s Hymns for the Christian Church and Home & Martineau’s Hymns of Praise and Prayer gives another hymn on Immortal Nature, “Roll on, ye stars, exult in youthful prime." --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: God's power directs the rushing wind
Author: Erasmus Darwin

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