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坦然無懼來到神前 (A mind at perfect peace)

坦然無懼來到神前,這真是從何說起!(Tǎnrán wú jù lái dào shénqián, zhè zhēnshi cóng hé shuō qǐ!)

Author: Catesby Paget
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Catesby Paget

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First Line: 坦然無懼來到神前,這真是從何說起!(Tǎnrán wú jù lái dào shénqián, zhè zhēnshi cóng hé shuō qǐ!)
Title: 坦然無懼來到神前 (A mind at perfect peace)
Author: Catesby Paget
Language: Chinese
Copyright: © Witness Press

Tune

RATHBUN

This story is associated with the writing of RATHBUN: One Sunday in 1849 Ithamar Conkey (b. Shutesbury, MA, 1815; d. Elizabeth, NJ, 1867) walked out of the morning service at Central Baptist Church, Norwich, Connecticut, where he was choir director and organist, frustrated because only one soprano f…

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NEW BRITAIN

NEW BRITAIN (also known as AMAZING GRACE) was originally a folk tune, probably sung slowly with grace notes and melodic embellishments. Typical of the Appalachian tunes from the southern United States, NEW BRITAIN is pentatonic with melodic figures that outline triads. It was first published as a hy…

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Instances

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #31a

Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #31b

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