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Jesus, my Lord, I own thee God

Jesus, my Lord, I own thee God

Author: Basil Manly
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Basil Manly

Manly, Basil, junior, D.D., born in Edgefield County, South Carolina, Dec. 19, 1825, was educated at the State University of Alabama, and entered the Baptist ministry in 1848. He has held several important appointments amongst the Baptists. He is the author of nearly 40 hymns, several of which are in common use. Of these the following 9 appeared in The Baptist Psalmody, 1850, which he edited with his father:— 1. Before a pool the sufferer lay. The Pool of Bethesda. 2. God of the seas, Whose ruling voice. For those at Sea. 3. God with us, 0 glorious [wondrous] name, Manifest in flesh He came. Christmas. 4. Holy, holy, holy Lord, God of hosts in heaven adored. The Divine Holiness. 5. In doubt's dim twilight here I… Go to person page >

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First Line: Jesus, my Lord, I own thee God
Author: Basil Manly

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Baptist Chorals #86

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The Baptist Psalmody #136

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