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Great Author of creation

Great Author of creation

Author: Phineas Stowe
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Phineas Stowe

Stowe, Phineas. (Milford, Connecticut, March 30, 1812--November 13, 1868, Somerville, Massachusetts). Baptist. Theological study, c.1831-1835. Pastorates at South Danvers, Mass., 1835-1837; Boston Mass., 1837-c.1857. Worked in Boston as a preacher to seamen. To aid him in his work, he published in 1849, a hymn book entitled Ocean Melodies, with the design, as he said, "to help seamen call up remembrances of home, and lead them to recognize God's power, and hear his voice in the storms that sweep over the deep." He found it difficult, however, to find in collections in use the hymns which he needed, and he not only solicited hymns adapted to the purpose which he had in view, but wrote a large number of hymns himself. Twenty-eight of his hymn… Go to person page >

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First Line: Great Author of creation
Author: Phineas Stowe

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Hymns of Worship #130

Melodies for the Temperance Band #d43

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The Christian Psalmist; or, Watts' Psalms and Hymns #121

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