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Into thy loving care

Into thy loving care

Author: James R. Murray
Tune: [Into thy loving care]
Published in 5 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Into thy loving care,
Into thy keeping,
Thou who art everywhere,
Take us while sleeping.

2 Let thine almighty arm
Closely enfold us;
Nothing can hurt or harm
Whilst thou dost hold us.

3 Through all the death-like night
Thy watch be given,
Bring us to morning light
Here or in heaven.

Source: Wondrous Love: A Collection of Songs and Services for Sunday Schools #157

Author: James R. Murray

L.P.M. (1905, April 12). Obituary. New Church Messenger, p.209. Murray.--At Cincinnati, March 10, 1905, James Ramsey Murray. Funeral services in the Church of the New Jersualem, March 13th. James R. Murray was widely known in the musical world as the author of many songs and song books, and in the New Church in Chicago and Cincinnati as an affectionate, intelligent, and loyal New Churchman. He was born in Andover (Ballard Vale), Mass., March 17, 1841. In early life he developed musical talent, and composed many minor pieces for local and special occasions. Later at North Reading, Mass., he attended Dr. George F. Root's School of Music, and was associated with William Bradbury and Dr. Lowell Mason. He enlisted in the Fourteenth Regi… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Into thy loving care
Author: James R. Murray



Instances (1 - 5 of 5)

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Pure Delight #d40

The Prize #d63

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Wondrous Love #157

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