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Now Shine a Thousand Candles Bright

Translator: J. Irving Erickson, 1914-1992

Rev. J. Irving Erickson, 78, of Park Ridge, former chaplain and librarian for North Park College and Seminary and an authority on hymnody, died Friday in Resurrection Hospital. Rev. Erickson worked at the college for 25 years before he retired in 1974. He was a native of Stambaugh, Mich. He graduated from North Park Junior College in 1937, and its seminary in 1941. He was pastor at Wiley Heights Covenant Church in Wiley Heights, Wash., for several years, before he returned to Chicago to attend Wheaton College, where he graduated in 1945 with a bachelor of arts degree. He graduated from Rosary College with a master`s degree in literature and library science. He was a member and chairman of the Music Commission Evangelical Covenant Church, wh… Go to person page >

Author: Emmy Köhler, 1858-1925

(no biographical information available about Emmy Köhler, 1858-1925.) Go to person page >

Translator: Karl A. Olsson, 1913-

(no biographical information available about Karl A. Olsson, 1913-.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Now shine a thousand candles bright
Title: Now Shine a Thousand Candles Bright
Translator: J. Irving Erickson, 1914-1992
Translator: Karl A. Olsson, 1913-
Author: Emmy Köhler, 1858-1925
Meter: 8.6.8.6
Copyright: © 1972, 1996 Covenant Publications

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Praise! Our Songs and Hymns #195

The Covenant Hymnal #176

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