Morell, Thomas , was born in 1781, and educated at Homerton College for the Congregational ministry. About 1800 he became Pastor of a Congregational church at St. Neots, Huntingdonshire, where he remained till 1821, when he was appointed divinity tutor at Wymondley Acndemy (subsequently removed to London, and known in later years as the Coward Academy). He retained this appointment till his death in 1840. His Studies of History were published in a series of volumes; and his Christian Pastor (a poem in three books) in 1809. His hymns are not widely known. The best are :—
1. Father of mercies, condescend. Departure of a Missionary.
2. Go, and the Saviour's grace proclaim. Departure of a Missionary.
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Display Title: O Gracious Father, Condescend to HearFirst Line: O gracious Father, condescendTune Title: EMMANUELAuthor: Thomas Morell, 1781-1840Date: 1969Subject: The Church's Life and Work | The Ministry