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The star of day is in the skies

The star of day is in the skies

Author: Theodore Pease
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Theodore Pease

Pease, Theodora Claudius, born at Poughkeepsie, K.Y., 1853; educated at Harvard, and Andover Theo. Seminary, graduating in 1880; ordained to the Congregational ministry 1884; Bartlett Prof, of Sacred Rhetoric and Lecturer on Pastoral Theology 1893,and died the same year. A small memorial vol. containing an essay on the Christian Ministry, Lectures on Homiletics, &c, with Poems and Hymns, was published by Houghton & Mifflin 1894. Of his hymns the following were included in The Pilgrim Hymnal, N.Y., 1904:— 1. Dear Lord, Who once upon the lake. [Peace.] 1890. 2. How blest Thy first disciples, Lord. [Holy Communion.] 1890. 3. Jesus is risen! lift up your glad voices. [Easter.] 1891. 4. Not long on Hermon's holy height. [Vis… Go to person page >

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First Line: The star of day is in the skies
Author: Theodore Pease



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