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Wenn ich nicht wuerd' damit getroest't

Wenn ich nicht wuerd' damit getroest't

Author: Johann M. Dilherr
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Johann M. Dilherr

Dilherr, Johann Michael, was born at Themar in Meiningen, Oct. 14, 1604, and educated at the Universities of Leipzig, Altdorf and Jena. In 1646 he became first pastor of St. Sebaid's Church, and Antistes of the Nürnberg clergy, and died at Nürnberg, April 8, 1669. He was reckoned one of the most learned men and the greatest preacher of his time. He wrote some 60 hymns, which appeared in various devotional works, and in his Bey 1000 Alte und Neue Geistliche Psalmen, Lieder und Gebete, Nürnberg, 1654, &c. Only one has been translated:— Nun lasset Gottes Güte. [God's Care.] Appeared in his Weg zu der Seligkeit, Nürnberg, 1646, p. 491, in 16 stanzas, entitled "Hymn of God's Goodness and against fretting Cares." The translation is from… Go to person page >

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First Line: Wenn ich nicht wuerd' damit getroest't
Author: Johann M. Dilherr
Copyright: Public Domain

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