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O Lord of love, O King of peace

O Lord of love, O King of peace

Author: Jesse Brett
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Jesse Brett

Brett, Jesse, son of Charles Brett of Danbury, Essex, was born at Prittlewell, Essex, in 1858, and educated at Hatfield Hall, Durham, L.Th. 1888, D. 1888, P. 1889. After holding curacies in Derbyshire and Essex, he became in 1898 Chaplain of All Saints Hospital, Eastbourne. His hymns include the following:— 1. God the Father, God the Son. (Second stanza, "Jesus, Master, Saviour, hear.") [Litany,] Written in 1894, and printed for use in St. Michael's, Myland, Colchester. Included in Church Hymns, 1903. 2. Jesu, Lord, enthroned on high. [Good Friday.] Contributed to Church Hymns, 1903. 3. O Jesu, Lord, Thy cross I see. [Home Missions.] Contributed to Church Hymns, 1903. 4. O King of Saints, O Lord of might. [Dedication of… Go to person page >

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Author: Jesse Brett

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