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Lord Jesus, Thou art going forth

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Author: Caspar Friedrich Nachtenhoefer

Nachtenhöfer (Nachtenhoefer), Caspar Friedrich, son of Caspar Nachtenhöfer, advocate at Halle, was born at Halle, March 5, 1624. He entered the University of Leipzig in 1647, as a student of theology (M.A. 1651). He was then for a few months tutor in the house of the Chancellor August Carpzov at Coburg. In the end of 1651 he was appointed diaconus, and in 1655 pastor, at Meeder near Coburg. He was then, in 1671, called to Coburg as pastor of the Holy Cross Church, and diaconus of the St. Moritz Church. He afterwards devoted himself wholly to St. Moritz, and died as second senior in charge Nov. 23, 1685 (Wetzel ii. 203; Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie xxiii. 192, &c) He published a metrical history of the Passion under the title of Erkläru… Go to person page >

Author: W. G. Polack

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First Line: Lord Jesus, Thou art going forth
German Title: So gehst du nun, mein Jesu
Author: Caspar Friedrich Nachtenhoefer
Author: W. G. Polack
Language: English
Copyright: Tr. © 1972, 1941 Concordia Publishing House

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