O, could my soul this morning rise

O, could my soul this morning rise

Author: Henry Alline
Published in 9 hymnals

Author: Henry Alline

Alline, Henry. (Newport, Rhode Island, January 14, 1748--January 28, 1784, Northampton, New Hampshire). Congregationalist/"New Light". In 1760 his family took up land near Hampden, Nova Scotia, far from any school or church; hence the spiritual experience which, in 1775, impelled him to begin preaching found him with the drive and magnetism, but without the solid grounding, of a Wesley or a Whitefield. His stress on the "new light," and the revival meetings which he conducted all over Nova Scotia had no connection with the American Revolution beyond coincidence in time; yet that was enough to alarm the authorities. He had sermons, tracts, and probably sheets of hymns printed at Halifax before the peace treaty of 1783 allowed him to cross th… Go to person page >

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First Line: O, could my soul this morning rise
Author: Henry Alline
Copyright: Public Domain

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Hymns for Christian Melody #742Page Scan
Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs ... for the Use of the United Church of Christ, Commonly Called Free Will Baptist #d211
Sacred Melodies for Conference and Prayer Meetings, and for Social and Private Devotion (13th ed.) #59Page Scan
Sacred Melodies: for conference and prayer meetings and for social and private devotion (5th ed.) #64Page Scan
The Choralist #d243
The Psalmody: a collection of hymns for public and social worship #996Page Scan
Vestry Harp #d30
Zion's Harp #d94
Zion's Hymns, for the Use of the Original Free-Will Baptist Church of North Carolina #d186



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