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Preis dir, O Herr der Herrlichkeit

Preis dir, O Herr der Herrlichkeit

Author: Johann Daniel Carl Bickel
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Johann Daniel Carl Bickel

Johann Daniel Karl Bickel (* 24. June 1737 in Altweilnau; † 28. June 1809 in Usingen) was a German hymn writer. Johann Daniel Karl Bickel was a court preacher in Biebrich worked and as the consistory as well as Superintendent in Usingen. He was with Johann Samuel Diterich friends and gained notoriety by the publication of the Nassau-Usingischen hymnal in 1779, which he had contributed two songs. Works "O Jesus, Lord of glory, O King of your Christianity, you shepherd your flock, you see on the redeemed world, they reign, as you like, worry that they may be saved" "God, who art heart Kenner" https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Daniel_Karl_Bickel Go to person page >

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First Line: Preis dir, O Herr der Herrlichkeit
Author: Johann Daniel Carl Bickel
Copyright: Public Domain

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