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O'er Bethlehem's hill in days

O'er Bethlehem's hill in days

Author: Mark Guy Pearse
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Mark Guy Pearse

Pearse, Mark Guy, son of Mark Guy Pearse, of Camborne, Cornwall, was born at Camborne, Jan. 3, 1842, and educated for the Wesleyan ministry, which he entered in 1863. Mr. Pearse has held important and responsible appointments at Leeds, London, and Bristol, and is at present (1889) associated with the London West Central Wesleyan Mission. His publications number over twenty, in addition to numerous tracts on practical religious subjects, and have attained in several instances to great popularity, Daniel Quorm, and his Religious Notions, and John Tregenoweth being specially well known. His hymns were mostly written in London in 1875, and were published in his little book The Child Jesus, 1875, each hymn having been suggested by one of a serie… Go to person page >

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First Line: O'er Bethlehem's hill in days
Author: Mark Guy Pearse
Refrain First Line: All glory, praise, and honor

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