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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

[Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine]

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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