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O Lord, Send Forth Your Spirit

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Author: Charles J. Jeffries

Jeffries, Sir Charles Joseph. (Beckenham, Kent, UK, 1896--December 10, 1972, Bromley, London). Church of England. Son of C.D. Jeffries. Married Myrtle Bennett, 1921. Graduated Malvern College and Magdalen College, Oxford. Lieutenant, Wilts Regiment, British Army, 1915-1917; Second Class Clerk, Colonial Office, 1917-1920; Principal, Colonial Office, 1920-1930; Assistant Secretary and Establishment Officer, Colonial Office, 1930-1939; Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Colonial Office, 1939-1947; Joint Department Under-Secretary of State, Colonial Office, 1947-1956. Vice president for many years of the United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel; member of the governing board of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; member o… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O Lord, send forth your Spirit
Title: O Lord, Send Forth Your Spirit
Author: Charles J. Jeffries
Meter: D
Language: English
Copyright: © Sir Charles Jeffries


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Lutheran Book of Worship #392

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