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O think that while you're weeping here

O think that while you're weeping here

Author: R. Huie
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: R. Huie

Huie, Richard, M.D., was born at Aberdeen, 1795, and educated at the High School, Edinburgh, and the University of Edinburgh. Entering upon the medical profession, he practised at Dundee for some time, and then removed to Edinburgh in 1822. He died June 10, 1867. He published:— The Family Hymn-Book, being a Selection of Hymns from the best authors, interspersed with a few Originals, and arranged for the purposes of Domestic Worship, By Richard Huie, M.D. , Edinburgh, 1825. To this Selection he contributed 29 hymns. Of these the following are given in Lyra Britannia, 1867. 1. Ask, and ye shall get the blessing. The Mercy-Seat. 2. What is faith? It is to see. Faith, Hope, and Charity. 3. Ye worldly cares and themes, be gone.… Go to person page >

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First Line: O think that while you're weeping here
Author: R. Huie
Copyright: Public Domain

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