Man of sorrows, now my soul shall greet thee

Author: Christian Renatus von Zinzendorf

Zinzendorf, Christian Renatus, Count von, second son of Nicolaus Ludwig Ton Zinzendorf, was born Sept. 19, 1727, at Herrnhut, in Saxony. He received his education from his parents, and from Johann Langguth and others of the Brethren. He was the only son that survived his boyhood, early accompanied his father on his journeys, and was, e.g., in 1743, for sixteen days imprisoned with him at Riga. From 1744 to 1750 he lived mostly at Herrenhaag in Wetteravia, ministering specially to the single Brethren. When the community at Herrenhaag was dissolved in 1750, his father summoned him to London. He brought with him the seeds of consumption, which developed in England. He died in London, May 28, 1752 (Koch, v., 312; Hist. Nachricht (to the BrĂ¼de… Go to person page >

Translator: J. C. Hansen

Professor of Classical Languages at Eden Seminary and taught at Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Ill.; a member of the Evangelical Church. Handbook to the Mennonite Hymnary by by Lester Hostletler (General Conference of the Mennonite Church of North America Board of Publications, Newton, KS, 1949) (retrieved from Project Gutenberg 1/15/2019) Go to person page >

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First Line: Man of sorrows, now my soul shall greet thee
German Title: Marter Christi, wer kann dein vergessen
Author: Christian Renatus von Zinzendorf
Translator: J. C. Hansen (1916)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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