What we have builded, Lord, be thine

What we have builded, Lord, be thine

Author: William Cleaver Wilkinson
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Author: William Cleaver Wilkinson

Wilkinson, William Cleaver, D.D. An American minister, b. at Westfield, Vt., Oct. 19, 1833, educated at Rochester University, and ordained in 1859. He has been pastor at New Haven and Cincinnati, and since 1892 professor at the University of Chicago, having previously held a similar professorship in Rochester University and Rochester Theological Seminary. He has been extensively engaged in literary work, and has published, together with other productions, Poems, 1883. Of his hymns, the following are in common use:— 1. O Thou with Whom a thousand years, And a swift day are one. [For an Anniversary.] Written in 1882, and published in his Poems, 1883. 2. The stately angels of the Lord. [Ministry of Angels.] Written in 1897, for Su… Go to person page >

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Author: William Cleaver Wilkinson

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