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The Lord hath said, seek ye my face

The Lord hath said, seek ye my face

Author: Thomas Sadler
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Thomas Sadler

Sadler, Thomas, PH.D., 1822-1891. Minister of Rosslyn Hill Chapel, Hampstead, 1846-91. Editor of Henry Crabb Robinson's Diary, 3 vols., 1869. Editor of Additional Hymns, compiled for use with "Hymns for the Christian Church and Home," at Rosslyn Hill Chapel, Hampstead, 1876. A collection of 161 hymns, including (anonymously) ten of his own, afterwards collected in a little volume of Addresses, Prayers and Hymns, printed for private circulation, (London: Philip Green, 5, Essex Street, Strand), 1899. 1. Now lift we to our God on high. Parting Praise. 2. The Lord hath said, "Seek ye my face." Vision of God. 3. To God, Most High, draw near! Call to Worship. 4. We bring, 0 Lord, our hearts to Thee. The Children's Prayer.… Go to person page >

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Author: Thomas Sadler


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