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We find thee, Lord, in others' need

We find thee, Lord, in others' need

Author: Giles Ambrose
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: Giles Ambrose

Ambrose, Giles; (England, May 3, 1912 - ) (He was named Frederick Lee Ambrose but his name changed to Giles when he joined the order) At the age of 16, he entered the "Cottage" at Kelham, England, and then studied at Kelham Theological College. After ordination he joined the Society of the Sacred Mission. He served at St. George's Nottingham, 1935-1939, and was then transferred to the South African Province of the Society. He returned to England in 1963 to become superior of the Mother House at Kelham. He returned to South Africa in 1970 and after retirement lived in Mafeking, South Africa. -Stanley L. Osborne, DNAH Archives After Mafeking, he returned to the UK briefly, where he met my mother Katharine whilst he was University Chapl… Go to person page >

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First Line: We find thee, Lord, in others' need
Author: Giles Ambrose

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Hymns Ancient & Modern, New Standard Edition #430

Include 3 pre-1979 instances
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