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Quão Preciosas São as Horas

Author: Ellen L. Goreh

Goreh, Ellen Lakshmi, daughter of the Rev. Nehemiah Goreh, a Christian convert, a Brahmin of the highest class, was born. at Benares, Sept. 11, 1853. Her mother died in Dec. the same year, and the child was adopted first by a Mr. Smailes. Through the Mutiny in 1857 Mr. Smailes lost his property, and the child was then taken into the family of the Rev. W. T. Storrs and brought to England, where she was educated, and resided until 1880, when she returned to India to take up mission work with her own countrywomen. Through Miss F. R. Havergal's advice and influence Miss Goreh published From India's Coral Strand: Hymns of Christian Faith [1883]. The best known of these hymns is "In the secret of His Presence" (Jesus all in all).… Go to person page >

Translator: Myron August Clark

(no biographical information available about Myron August Clark.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Quão preciosas são as horas na presença de Jesus
Title: Quão Preciosas São as Horas
English Title: In the secret of his presence, how my soul delights to hide!
Author: Ellen L. Goreh (1883)
Translator: Myron August Clark (1894)
Meter: 15.15.15.15.7
Language: Portuguese
Publication Date: 1991
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1991.

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