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Mi roca

Author: Edward Mote

Mote, Edward, was born in Upper Thames Street, London, Jan. 21, 1797. Through the preaching of the Rev. J. Hyatt, of Tottenham Court Road Chapel, he underwent a great spiritual change; and ultimately he became a Baptist minister. For the last 26 years of his life he was pastor at Horsham, Sussex, where he died Nov. 13, 1874. Mr. Mote published several small pamphlets; and also:- Hymns of Praise. A New Selection of Gospel Hymns, combining all the Excellencies of our spiritual Poets, with many Originals. By E. Mote. London. J. Nichols, 1836. The Originals number nearly 100. Concerning the authorship of one of these original hymns much uncertainty has existed. The hymn is:— 1. Nor earth, nor hell my soul can move. [Jesus All in All.… Go to person page >

Translator: Eric Liljero

Eric Liljero is Worship Pastor at Hillsong Church in Stockholm. Dianne Shapiro, from hillsong.com/contributor/eric-liljero Go to person page >

Translator: Jonas Myrin

(no biographical information available about Jonas Myrin.) Go to person page >

Translator: Reuben Morgan

(no biographical information available about Reuben Morgan.) Go to person page >

Author: William Batchelder Bradbury

The churchgoing people of today are generally familiar with the name Wm. B. Bradbury. Many have cherished that name from childhood. Most of us began our musical experiences by singing his songs, and as early experiences are the most lasting, we will carry these melodies, with their happy associations, through life. Mr. Bradbury, in his day, created a style of juvenile music, especially Sunday-school music, that swept the country. He set the pattern for his successors in Sunday-school song-making, and those who have harped on the key-note that he struck have been most successful. True, we have improved some in the way of hymns, and a smoother voicing of the parts, but there are still many Sunday-school song writers who regard Mr. Bradbur… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Mi esperanza está en Jesús
Title: Mi roca
English Title: My hope is built on nothing less
Author: Edward Mote
Author: William Batchelder Bradbury
Translator: Eric Liljero
Translator: Jonas Myrin
Translator: Reuben Morgan
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: En Jesús, fuerte soy
Copyright: © 2012 Hillsong Music Publishing (admin. by CapitolCMG Publishing)

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Praise y Adoración #140b

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