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My Savior, I would own thee

My Savior, I would own thee

Author: Rebekah H. M. Taylor
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Rebekah H. M. Taylor

Taylor, Rebekah Hope, nèe Morley, eldest daughter of S. Morley, M.P., and wife of H. W. Taylor, a member of the Plymouth Brethren, is represented in the Enlarged London Hymn Book 1873, by:— 1. Blessed Saviour, I would praise Thee. Praise to Jesus. 2. My Saviour, I would own Thee. Steadfastness. 3. One more boundary passed o'er. New Year. 4. Thou art the Way, O Lord. The Way, Truth, and Life. Mrs. Taylor died Nov. 8, 1877. Her Letters were published in 1878. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: My Savior, I would own thee
Author: Rebekah H. M. Taylor

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Common Praise #461

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Laudes Domini #380

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The New Laudes Domini #392

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