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O Savior, thou who for us died

O Savior, thou who for us died

Author: Andreas C. Rutstroem
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Andreas C. Rutstroem

Also Andreas Rutström. Rutström, Anders Carl. (Rutvik, Sweden, November 30, 1721--October 27, 1772). Lutheran. University of Uppsala. Ordained 1745. University of Griefswald, Th.D. 1756. Pastorates at Storkyrkan (cathedral church), Stockholm (assistant curate) 1745-1756; Hedvig Eleanora Church, Stockholm, 1758-1765. Arrested for his Calvinistic and Herrnhut tendencies. Died in prison. Wrote many hymn texts which were published after his death by his friends as Sions Nya Sånger, 1778. This collection was widely used among the pietists for almost a century. Author of "Lammets folk och Sions fränder" (Chosen Seed and Zion's Children) and "Kom huldaste förbarmare" (O Savior, Thou Who for Us Died). --J. Irving Erickson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: O Savior, thou who for us died
Author: Andreas C. Rutstroem

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The Hymnal of the Evangelical Mission Covenant Church of America #d372

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