1 The Lord, in His righteousness, judges the people;
The mountains and hills by His rule are secure;
The men of all nations, throughout all generations,
Shall honor Him as long as the sun shall endure.
2 His blessings He scatters like show’rs from the heavens,
Like rain on the fields when the grass is new mown;
His peace is descending, abundant, never ending;
The needy and oppressed doth He count as His own.
3 From sea unto sea shall He spread His dominion,
From ends of the earth to the rivers that run;
The isles of the ocean shall offer Him devotion,
All kings shall bow before Him, all nations be one.
Birth: Flushing, Long Island, N.Y. June 10, 1893.
Education: graduated from Miss Fine's School, Princeton, N.J. 1910, and from Bryn Mawr College in the class of 1914. Studied music with Angela Diller and Elizabeth Quaile in New York City, & at the Thomas Whitney Surette summer Music School in Concord, Mass.
Marriage and family: married William Stuart Annin, class of 1917, Princeton, on Oct. 15, 1920. Three children.
Interests: Moved in 1924 to the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts, where Mr. Annin raised Guernsey purebred cattle. He later joined the editorial staff of the Berkshire Eagle, a daily newspaper in Pittsfield, Mass. I taught elementary grades in private schools, and was librarian for the Richmond Public Library fo… Go to person page >
The tune KREMSER owes its origin to a sixteenth-century Dutch folk song "Ey, wilder den wilt." Later the tune was combined with the Dutch patriotic hymn 'Wilt heden nu treden" in Adrianus Valerius's Nederlandtsch Gedenckclanck [sic: Nederlandtsche Gedenckclank] published posthumously in 1626. 'Wilt…
Display Title: The Lord, In His Righteousness, Judges The PeopleFirst Line: The Lord, in His righteousness, judges the peopleTune Title: KREMSERAuthor: Katharine H. AnninMeter: 18.104.22.168Source: The Concord Hymnal (Boston: E. C. Schirmer Music Company, 1920), alt.