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O Zion acclaim your Redeemer

O Zion acclaim your Redeemer

Author: Erik Nystroem
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Erik Nystroem

Nystroem, Johan Erik. (Stockholm, Sweden, September 8, 1842--July 3, 1907, Algeria). Swedish Covenant and Baptist. Uppsala University, Ph.D. 1866. Taught at Bethel Seminary. Compiled a Bible concordance 1868. In 1878 went to Beirut as a missionary under the Evangelical Alliance. Missionary to Algeria under the Swedish Covenant 1887-1907. Greatest contribution was translating hymns from English to Swedish, especially the Sankey songs. These were published in ten parts between 1875 and 1886 under the title Sånger till lammets lof. Worked on the first hymnal of the Swedish Covenant. --J. Irving Erickson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O Zion acclaim your Redeemer
Author: Erik Nystroem
Refrain First Line: Rejoice, rejoice, rejoice in your Savior



Instances (1 - 2 of 2)

Praise! Our Songs and Hymns #209

The Covenant Hymnal #122

Include 1 pre-1979 instance
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