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Jesus, my Lord, my God, Redeemer blest, Who saved me

Jesus, my Lord, my God, Redeemer blest, Who saved me

Author: Silas Tertius Rand
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Author: Silas Tertius Rand

Rand, Silas Tertius, D.D., LL.D., son of poor parents, was born in a log cabin at Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, May 17, 1810, and entered the Baptist ministry in 1834. In 1849 he undertook missionary work amongst the Micmac Indians, and subsequently translated the whole of the New Testament and a large part of the Old into the language of that people. He also prepared a Micmac grammar and dictionary. Almost entirely unaided he mastered about a dozen languages. He has written more than 80 hymns, including translations of several English hymns into Latin, &c, an account of which was given in the Baptist Quarterly Review, April 1888. His hymn, "Jesus, my Lord, my God" (Trust in Jesus) is given in The Canadian Baptist Hymnal, 1889, with 4 stanzas of… Go to person page >

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First Line: Jesus, my Lord, my God, Redeemer blest, Who saved me
Author: Silas Tertius Rand

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The Canadian Baptist Hymnal for the use of Churches and Families #d315

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