懇求我主,鑒察我的心思 (Search me, o God)

懇求我主,鑒察我的心思 (Kěnqiú wǒ zhǔ, jiàn chá wǒ de xīnsī)

Author: J. Edwin Orr
Tune: [Search me, O God, and know my heart today] (Maori)
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Author: J. Edwin Orr

Rv James Edwin Orr MA ThD EdD PhD United Kingdom/USA. Born at Belfast, Northern Ireland, son of a jeweler with both British and American citizenship (so his children did as well), he studied at the College of Technology, Belfast, Ireland. After spending some years as a baker, he began evangelizing in Britian and in Europe. In 1937 he married Ivy Carol Carlson, and they had a daughter: Eileen. After their marriage, the Orrs evangelized in Australia (1939), China, Canada, South America, and the U.S. In 1939 he enrolled at Northwest University, and in 1940 was ordained into the Baptist Christian ministry at Newark, NJ. He received a MA from Northwest University in 1941 and a ThD from Northern Baptist Seminary in 1943. During WWII he s… Go to person page >

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First Line: 懇求我主,鑒察我的心思 (Kěnqiú wǒ zhǔ, jiàn chá wǒ de xīnsī)
Title: 懇求我主,鑒察我的心思 (Search me, o God)
English Title: Search me, O God, and know my heart today
Author: J. Edwin Orr
Language: Chinese

Tune

[Search me, O God, and know my heart today] (Maori)

The tune was adapted from "Swiss Cradle Song" by Clement Scott. It was released by the Australian music company W. H. Paling and Co. in 1913. It was then adapted in New Zealand for a farewell song for Maori soldiers beginning in World War I, modified with the words "This is the hour," used as a wal…

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #652

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