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望斷以及於耶穌 (Looking off unto Jesus)

你這因著奔正路 (Nǐ zhè yīnzhe bēn zhènglù)

Author: John Nelson Darby
Tune: PETITION (Haydn)
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF
Audio files: Recording

Author: John Nelson Darby

Darby, John Nelson, M.A., youngest son of John Darby of Leap, King's Co., Ireland, was born at Westminster, Nov. 18, 1800; educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he graduated in 1819; and in due course was called to the Bar. He subsequently took Holy Orders; but in a short time allied himself with the Plymouth Brethren. In the exercise of his ministry amongst them he visited most parts of the world, and translated the Bible into English, French, and German. His published works, including a Synopsis of the Books of the Bible; Notes on Revelations, &c, are numerous. He died at Bournemouth, April 29, 1882. His hymns in common use are:— 1. Hark, ten thousand voices crying. The Second Advent anticipated. Praise. Appeared in Hy… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: 你這因著奔正路 (Nǐ zhè yīnzhe bēn zhènglù)
Title: 望斷以及於耶穌 (Looking off unto Jesus)
English Title: O eyes that are weary, and hearts that are sore
Author: John Nelson Darby
Language: Chinese

Instances

Instances (1 - 2 of 2)

Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #497

Audio

Small Church Music #5488

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