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Jesus Tsestoxetano'toese

German tr.: Martin Rinkart

Rinkart, Martin, son of Georg Rinkart or Rinckart, cooper at Eilenburg on the Mulde, Saxony, was born at Eilenburg, April 23, 1586.* After passing through the Latin school at Eilenburg, he became, in Nov., 1601, a foundation scholar and chorister of the St. Thomas's School at Leipzig. This scholarship also allowed him to proceed to the University of Leipzig, where he matriculated for the summer session of 1602, as a student of Theology; and after the completion of his course he remained for some time in Leipzig (he did not take his M.A. till 1616). In March 1610 he offered himself as a candidate for the post of diaconus at Eilenburg, and was presented by the Town Council, but the Superintendent refused to sanction this arrangement, nominal… Go to person page >

Cheyenne text: Rodolph Petter

(no biographical information available about Rodolph Petter.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus tsestoxetano'toesė
Title: Jesus Tsestoxetano'toese
German tr.: Martin Rinkart (1630)
Cheyenne text: Rodolph Petter (1923)
Source: "Jesu dulcis memoria," c. 1150; German tr., "An Jesum Denken"
Language: Cheyenne
Notes: English translation of first line: When we think about Jesus

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Tsese-Ma'heone-Nemeotȯtse (Cheyenne Spiritual Songs) #20

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