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It is I, be not afraid

When the sea was madly foaming

Author: Jesse Clement
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Jesse Clement

Clement, Jesse. (Dracut, Massachusetts, June 12, 1815--December 25, 1883, Butler, Missouri). Baptist. Common school education only in the Academy in New Hampton, New Hampshire. Editor, Western Literary Messenger, Buffalo, New York, 1842-1856; editor, Daily Times, Dubuque, Iowa, 1856-1868; connected with Inter-Ocean, Chicago, 1868-1883. Author of Noble Deeds of American Women, 1851, Life of Adoniram Judson, 1851, which went through several editions; edited several volumes of the United States Biographical Dictionary. His hymns and poems were much in demand in his lifetime in Sunday School, church, YMCA, and secular organizations. A Trinitarian hymn, "Thou whose dwelling place so lofty," written for the dedication of the University Place Bapt… Go to person page >

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First Line: When the sea was madly foaming
Title: It is I, be not afraid
Author: Jesse Clement

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Gospel Songs #113b

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