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Tell me, whom my soul doth love

Tell me, whom my soul doth love

Author: Samuel Wolcott
Tune: [Tell me, whom my soul doth love]
Published in 16 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Tell me, whom my soul doth love,
Where Thy flock are feeding;
Where the pastures which they rove—
Thou their footsteps leading?

2 Tell me, sheltered from the heat,
Where at noon they rest them;
Where at night their safe retreat—
Fold, where none molest them?

3 Strong is Thy protecting arm;
Richly Thou providest;
Feeding, resting—kept from harm—
Blest the flock Thou guidest.

4 Noon and night be my defence;
Let no foe ensnare me;
Bring me to the Shepherd’s tents—
In Thy bosom bear me.


Source: Gems of Song: for the Sunday School #105

Author: Samuel Wolcott

Wolcott, Samuel, D.D., was born at South Windsor, Connecticut, July 2, 1813, and educated at Yale College, 1833, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1837. From 1840 to 1842 he was a missionary in Syria. On his return to America he was successively pastor of several Congregational congregations, including Belchestown, Massachusetts; Providence, Rhode Island; Chicago, &c. He was also for some time Secretary of the Ohio Home Missionary Society. He died at Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Feb. 24, 1886. His hymnwriting began late in life, but has extended to more than 200 hymns, many of which are still in manuscript. Those of his hymns which have come into common use include:— 1. All thy realms in midnight shrouded. Mission. In the Oberlin Manual… Go to person page >

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First Line: Tell me, whom my soul doth love
Author: Samuel Wolcott

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Instances (1 - 16 of 16)

A Selection of Spiritual Songs for the Sunday School #d226

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A Selection of Spiritual Songs #54

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Augsburg Songs for Sunday Schools and other services #69

Augsburg Songs, Nos. l and 2 Combined #d294

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Gems of Song #105

Highest Praise #d148

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Junior Christian Endeavor Songs #53

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Laudes Domini #42

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Laudes Domini #77

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Offices of Worship and Hymns #32

Pure Diamonds #d92

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Songs of Grace and Glory #43

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The Calvary Selection of Spiritual Songs #553

The Church Hymnal #d400

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Winnowed Songs for Sunday Schools #171

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