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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

Einst wirst du seh'n

Author: Maxwell N. Cornelius

Rv Maxwell Newton Cornelius DD USA 1842-1893. Son of a farmer, he started his career as a carpenter, then a building contractor. He married Mary E. Davinson. They had a daughter, Nellie G., who died in infancy. He had an accident, resulting in a leg amputation, after which he entered the ministry. Educated at the Vermillion Institute, Haynesville, OH, he then attended seminary there, 1867-1871, and was ordained in the Pittsburgh Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church USA. He served at the Oakdale Presbyterian Church, Oakdale, PA, the Presbyterian church in Altoona, PA, 1876-1885, in Pasadena, CA, 1885-1890, in San Francisco, 1890-1891, and at the Eastern Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC, until his death from pneumonia in 1893, a yea… Go to person page >

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First Line: Und löst sich hier das Rätsel nicht
Title: Einst wirst du seh'n
English Title: Sometime we'll Understand
Author: Maxwell N. Cornelius
Language: German
Refrain First Line: Drum trau' auf Gott und harre aus

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Evangeliums-Lieder 1 und 2 (Gospel Hymns) #313

Evangeliums-Saenger #d222

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