Our praises, Lord, Thou dost not needAuthor: Charles Coffin (1736); Translator: Louis FitzGerald Benson (1896)
Tune: WALDEN (Jones)
Published in 2 hymnals
Nil laudibus nostris eges. C. Coffin. [Monday.] Appeared in the Paris Breviary, 1736, for Monday at Lauds, and his Hymni Sacri, 1736, p. 12. It is also in the Lyons and other modern French Breviaries; Cardinal Newman's Hymni Ecclesiae, 1838 and 1865; Chandler's Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, No. 18; Macgill's Songs of the Christian Creed and Life, 1876, &c. It has been translated as:—
1. Our praises, Lord, Thou dost not need. J. Chandler, 1837, No. 18, and 1841, No. 73.
2. Our praise Thou need'st not, but Thy love. I. Williams, in his Hymns Translated from the Parisian Breviary, 1839.
3. Father! Thou needest not our praise. W. J. Blew, 1852-55.
4. Though throned our highest praise above. J. D. Chambers, 1857.
5. Thou needest not our feeble praise. H. M. Macgill,
6. Father in heaven! Thy glory. D. T. Morgan. 1880.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
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|The Hymnal : published in 1895 and revised in 1911 by authority of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America : with the supplement of 1917 #577||Our praises, Lord, Thou dost not need||WALDEN||Charles Coffin; Louis Benson||C.M.||1921||Christian Experience | Prayer; God | Decrees of|
|The Hymnal: published in 1895 and revised in 1911 by authority of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America #577||Our praises, Lord, thou dost not need||Charles Coffin||C. M.||1912||Prayer ||