To you it is spoken, ye virgins

To you it is spoken, ye virgins

Author: Joseph Humphreys
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Author: Joseph Humphreys

Humphreys, Joseph, son of Asher Humphreys, minister at Burford, Oxfordshire, was born at Burford, Oct. 28, 1720, and educated at a grammar school at Fairford, and at an academy for the training of young men for the ministry in London. From the latter he was expelled, Dec. 25, 1739, because of his attachment to Whitefield. For a short time he associated with the Wesleys, but eventually joined G. Whitefield, and subsequently preached at Bristol, London, and Deptford. He died in London (date unknown), and was buried in the Moravian Cemetery at Chelsea. He was a contributor to Whitefield's Christian History (1741-1748), 1742, &c, and published, 1742, An Account of Joseph Humphreys's Experiences, &c. As a hymnwriter he is not widely known. His… Go to person page >

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First Line: To you it is spoken, ye virgins
Author: Joseph Humphreys
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Lord's Songs #CXXVIII

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