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I Believe in You, Lord Jesus

Author: Mary Stoner Wine

Mary Stoner Wine was a poet and playwright in the Church of the Brethren. She attended Manchester College in Indiana. (Source: Brethren Encyclopedia) Email received 7/12/2018 Go to person page >

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First Line: I believe in thee, Lord Jesus
Title: I Believe in You, Lord Jesus
Author: Mary Stoner Wine
Meter: 7.6.7.6 D

Tune

MUNICH (Mendelssohn)

MUNICH has a colorful history. Traces of it run as far back as 1593 in the Dresden, Germany, Gesangbuch in conjunction with the text 'Wir Christenleut." A version from a Meiningen Gesangbuch (1693) is still used in Lutheranism for "O Gott, du frommer Gott." Felix Mendelssohn's adaptation of that tun…

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Hymnal #440

The Covenant Hymnal #549

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