i. Lass dich Gott. [Resignation.) This beautiful hymn on Consolation in Trial appeared in 1667, p. 237, as above (ed. Wendebourg, 1856, p. 68), in 6 stanzas of 6 lines, lines 1, 6, of each stanza being identical. Included as No. 468 in pt. ii., 1714, of Freylinghausens Gesang-Buch, and as No. 787 in Bunsen's Versuch, 1833 (Allgemeine Gesang-Buch, 1846, No. 319). Translated as:—
Leave all to God. A good translation (omitting stanza iv.) by Miss Winkworth in the 1st Series, 1855, of her Lyra Germanica, p. 159 (ed. 1876, p. 161), and thence as No. 155 in Psalms & Hymns, Bedford, 1859, as No. 302 in the Free Church Hymn Book, 1882, and in the Gilman-Schaff Library of Religious Poetry, ed. 1883.
-- Excerpt from John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)