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O my God, how thy salvation Fills my soul with peace

O my God, how thy salvation Fills my soul with peace

Author: John Kempthorne
Tune: [O my God, how Thy salvation]
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: John Kempthorne

Born: June 24, 1775, Plymouth, England. Died: November 6, 1838, Gloucester, England. Kempthorne, John, B.D., s. of Admiral Kempthorne, was born at Plymouth, June 24, 1775, and educated at St. John's, Cambridge (B.A. 1796, B.D. 1807), of which he subsequently became a Fellow. On taking Holy Orders, he became Vicar of Northleach, Gloucestershire, in 1816; Vicar of Wedmore, Somersetshire, 1827, and the same year Rector of St. Michael's, and Chaplain of St. Mary de Grace, Gloucester. He was also a Prebendary in Lichfield Cathedral from 1826, and sometime Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of that diocese. He died at Gloucester, Nov. 6, 1838. His hymnological work is:— Select Portions of Psalms from Various Translations, and Hymns,from Va… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O my God, how thy salvation Fills my soul with peace
Author: John Kempthorne
Refrain First Line: Praise him, praise him



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