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My life is but a pilgrimage

My life is but a pilgrimage

Author: Friedrich Adolph Lampe
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Friedrich Adolph Lampe

Lampe, Friedrich Adolf, D.D., son of Heinrich Lampe, pastor of the Reformed church at Detmold, was born at Detmold, apparently Feb. 18, and was certainly baptized there Feb. 19, 1683. He remained at Detmold till the death of his grandfather (General-Superintendent Zeller) in 1691, and then joined his widowed moiher at Bremen. He entered the Lyceum (Academic Gymnasium) at Bremen, in 1698; and in 1702 went to the University of Franeker in Holland. After a short residence at the University of Utrecht he became, in 1703, pastor of the Reformed church at Weeze, near Cleve; in 1706 at Duisburg; and in 1709 second pastor of St. Stephen's Church in Bremen, where in 1719 he became pastor primarius. In 1720 he was appointed German preacher and prof… Go to person page >

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First Line: My life is but a pilgrimage
Author: Friedrich Adolph Lampe

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Hymnal of the Evangelical Church. Word ed. #d472

The Evangelical Hymnal. Text ed. #d226

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