I would love thee, O my Savior

I would love thee, O my Savior

Author: Madame Guyon
Published in 5 hymnals

Author: Madame Guyon

Guyon, Madame. (1648-1717.) Jeanne Marie Bouyieres de la Mothe was the leader of the Quietist movement in France. The foundation of her Quietism was laid in her study of St. Francis de Sales, Madame de Chantal, and Thomas รค Kempis, in the conventual establishments of her native place, Montargis (Dep. Loiret), where she was educated as a child. There also she first learned the sentiment of espousal with Christ, to which later years gave a very marked development. She was married at sixteen to M. Guyon, a wealthy man of weak health, twenty-two years her senior, and her life, until his death, in 1676, was, partly from disparity of years, partly from the tyranny of her mother-in-law, partly from her own quick temper, an unhappy one. Her public… Go to person page >

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First Line: I would love thee, O my Savior
Author: Madame Guyon

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Instances (1 - 5 of 5)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Dainty Songs for Little Lads and Lasses #d44
Heart and Voice #d70
Heart and Voice: a New Collection of Sunday School Songs #d71
Shook's Song Evangelist: a new collection of music for Sunday schools, gospel meetings, choirs and private worship #67Page Scan
Uplifting Songs, New and Old #d81
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