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O Herr send Deinen Engel zu

O Herr send Deinen Engel zu

Author: Bartholomaüs Ringwaldt
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 O Herr! send' Deinen Engel zu
uns Deinen schwachen Kindern,
auf das der Satan spät und früh
kein' Macht an uns mög' finden,
der täglich als ein grimm'ger Bär
mit seinem Mord geht um uns her,
uns Arme zu verschlingen.

2 Er woll't uns gern, wenn er nur könnt',
mit falscher Lehr' beschmieren,
oder in Angst und grobe Sünd'
und in Verdammniß fuhren;
Du aber, Herr,ihm widersteh;
und wirf ihn selber in das Weh,
darein er uns will stoßen.

3 O Christ! Du starker Michael,
Gott gleich an Kraft und Ehren,,
hilf doch den Bergen Israel,
die man thut hoch versehren
mit falscher Lehre, Spott und Hohn:
komm doch einmal von Deinem thron,
und schaff' den Deinen Friede.



Source: Evangelisch-Lutherisches Gesang-Buch: worin die gebräuchlichsten alten Kirchen-Lieder Dr. M.Lutheri und anderer reinen lehrer und zeugen Gottes, zur Befoederung der wahren ... (2. verm. Aus.) #236

Author: Bartholomaüs Ringwaldt

Bartholomew Ringwaldt was born at Frankfort-on-the-Oder, in 1530, and was a Lutheran pastor at Langfield, in Prussia, where he died, 1598. His hymns resemble Luther's in their simplicity and power. Several of them were written to comfort himself and others in the sufferings they endured from famine, pestilence, fire and floods. In 1581, he published "Hymns for the Sundays and Festivals of the whole Year." --Annotations of the Hymnal, Charles Hutchins, M.A. 1872.… Go to person page >

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First Line: O Herr send Deinen Engel zu
Author: Bartholomaüs Ringwaldt
Language: German
Copyright: Public Domain

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Evangelisch-Lutherisches Gesang-Buch #236

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