My Food I'll Get

Translator: Nicol Macnicol

After a distinguished career in the University of Glasgow and the (then) Free Church of Scotland Theological College, Macnicol was appointed to the Western India mission of the Free Church of Scotland (later United Free) and for five years worked in Bombay, being in charge of the Wilson High School (where he lived in the boys’ hostel) and also doing general evangelistc work. In 1900 he was transferred to Poona, where he entered into a heritage of goodwill among both Christian and non-Christians... As an evangelistic missionary in Poona, a city famous not only for its orthodox Hinduism but also for producing leaders in so many spheres of religious and social reform, Macnicol was in close touch with the thought and life of Hindu India.… Go to person page >

Author: Narayan Vaman Tilak

Marathi poet from Maharashtra, India Go to person page >

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First Line: My food I'll get in serving Thee
Title: My Food I'll Get
Original Language: Marathi
Translator: Nicol Macnicol
Author: Narayan Vaman Tilak
Language: English
Publication Date: 1963
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1963.

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E. A. C. C. Hymnal #145

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