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This morning, Lord, attend

This morning, Lord, attend

Author: Joseph Rusling
Published in 14 hymnals

Author: Joseph Rusling

Rusling, J., p. 931, i. 255, b. 1788, d. 1839. From this American writer there is a mutilated fragment in Stryker's College Hymnal, 1904: "The morn, O Christian, breaketh o'er thee" (Death and Heaven anticipated). In H. W. Beecher's Plymouth Collection, 1855, this hymn begins ‚ÄúChristian, the morn breaks sweetly o'er thee." It is usually dated 1832. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: This morning, Lord, attend
Author: Joseph Rusling
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances

Instances (1 - 14 of 14)
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Bradbury's Sabbath School Melodies, and Family Choir #94[96]

Canadian Sabbath-School Hymn Book #d252

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Glad Tidings #118d

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Hymns for Sunday Schools, Youth and Children #19

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Hymns for Sunday Schools, Youth, and Children #19

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Hymns for Sunday Schools, Youth, and Children #59

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Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. ed. #S59

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Sabbath School Songs #26a

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Songs of the Covenant #211

The Golden Harp #d336

The New Sunday-School Harmonist #d82

The Star of the East #d182

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The Sweet Singer #52

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