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Trods Kors og Død

Trods Kors og Død

Author: Thomas Kingo
Published in 4 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Trods Kors og Død,
Trods Satans Helved-Hær,
Trods alskens Nød og alle Djævles Stød,
Jesus vil dog komme nær,
Og ride til Salem ind,
Hvor hans Sind
Til Zions Frelse staar;
Han ene det attraar,
At han med sit Hjerte-Blod
Og den Dødsens Strid, han stod,
Al vor Sag kan gjøre god.

2 Gak, Zion med!
Gak med i Sjæl og Sind
Til Korsets Sted, og kys hans Fodefjed,
Palmegrene til ham bind!
Hosianna syng og sig
Hjertelig:
Dig Lykke, Lykke ske,
O søde Frelsere!
Lov ske dig, vor Konge, Gud,
Som saa vældig hjælper ud
Din saa dyre Hjerte-Brud!

Source: Salmebog for Lutherske Kristne i Amerika #301

Author: Thomas Kingo

Thomas Hansen Kingo (15 December 1634 – 14 October 1703 Odense) was a Danish bishop, poet and hymn-writer born at Slangerup, near Copenhagen. His work marked the high point of Danish baroque poetry. He belonged to a rather poor family partly of Scottish origin and was educated a clergyman. In his youth, Kingo wrote a series of poems picturing humorous scenes in village life and a pastoral love poem, Chrysillis. He studied theology at the University of Copenhagen, graduating in 1654, and for some time acted as private tutor. In 1661 he was appointed vicar to the pastor at Kirke Helsinge, and in 1668 he was ordained a minister at his native town, where his poetic activity began. At first he essayed patriotic poems, but later devoted h… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Trods Kors og Død
Author: Thomas Kingo
Language: Norwegian
Copyright: Public Domain

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Kirkesalmebog #d627

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Kirkesalmebog #301

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M. B. Landstads Kirkesalmebog og "Nokre Salmar" ved Professor Dr. E. Blix, samt følgende tillæg #301

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Salmebog for Lutherske Kristne i Amerika #301

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