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Seliges Wissen: Jesus ist mein

Translator: Heinrich Rickers, 1864-1928

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Author: Frances Jane van Alstyne Crosby, 1820-1950

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Text Information

First Line: Seliges Wissen: Jesus ist mein
English Title: Blessed Assurance
Translator: Heinrich Rickers, 1864-1928
Author: Frances Jane van Alstyne Crosby, 1820-1950
Language: German
Refrain First Line: Laßt mich's erzählen, Jesus zur Ehr
Publication Date: 2001
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2001.

Tune

ASSURANCE (Knapp)

The eight phrases of ASSURANCE use, with just one slight variation in the second phrase, the same rhythmic pattern throughout, sung over a static bass line. Sing in parts. Observe a moderate pace for the slow-moving harmony. ASSURANCE is one of the several tunes composed for Crosby’s text by Phoeb…

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