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O let not your hearts be troubled

Author: Mary A. Kidder

Born: March 16, 1820, Boston, Massachusetts. Died: November 25, 1905, Chelsea, Massachusetts. Buried: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Massachusetts. Kidder, Mary Ann, née Pepper, who was born in Boston, Massachusetts, March 16, 1820, is the author of "Lord, I care not for riches" (Name in the Book of Life desired), and "We shall sleep, but not for ever" (Hope of the Resurrection), both of which are in I. D. Sankey's Sacred Songs & Solos, 1878. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)… Go to person page >

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First Line: O let not your hearts be troubled
Author: Mary A. Kidder
Refrain First Line: There is joy for the ransomed



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Chapel Melodies #83Page Scan
Collection of Hymns Designed for the Use of the Church of Christ by the Reformed Mennonite Church #d110
Hallowed Songs #d257
Hallowed Songs: for prayer and social meetings, containing hymns and tunes, carefully selected from all sources, both old and new, and are of the most spiritual..(Newly Revised) #59Page Scan
Heavenly Echoes #d86
Progressive Songster #d94
The Diadem: a collection of tunes and hymns for Sunday school and devotional meetings #108Page Scan
The Little Sower for Sabbath Schools #40Page Scan
The Silver Spray #d83
The Silver Spray: a New and Choice Collection of Popular Sabbath School Music #d106
The Spiritual Harp #d159
Zion's Refreshing Showers : a new revival hymn and tune book, containing nearly 300 hymns and tunes principally used by Whitfield, Wesley, Knapp, Nettleton, Finney, Earl, and other evangelists... #94Page Scan
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