If all things were mine, but not the Savior

If all things were mine, but not the Savior

Translator: Ruth Mae Banchel; Author: Anna Ölander
Published in 2 hymnals

Translator: Ruth Mae Banchel

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Author: Anna Ölander

Ölander, Anna. (Linköping, Sweden, December 15, 1861--October 23, 1939, Linköping). Swedish Covenant. Daughter of teacher and pastor. Began to write poetry and stories at an early age. First collection, I skymningsstunden (1896) (In the Twilight Hour). Followed by three more volumes, 1906-1920. Wrote a number of original texts and translated several hymns for the first hymnal of the Swedish YMCA. In the tradition of revival, renewal, and consecration. --J. Irving Erickson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: If all things were mine, but not the Savior
Author: Anna Ölander
Translator: Ruth Mae Banchel
Copyright: Public Domain



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