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Why should we seek to linger here

Why should we seek to linger here

Author: Fergus Ferguson
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Fergus Ferguson

Ferguson, Fergus, D.D., second son of the Rev. Fergus Ferguson, of Bellshill, near Glasgow, and afterwards of Aberdeen, was born at Glasgow, September 6, 1824, and educated at the University of Glasgow, where he graduated B.A. 1845 and M.A. 1858. In 1845 he became minister of Blackfriars Street Evangelical Union Church, Glasgow (now Montrose St.). He received the degree of D.D. in 1876, from Cumberland University, U.S. His two hymns appeared in The Daystar, the magazine of the Evangelical Union, and were contributed to the Evangelical Hymn-book of 1856, and the Evangelical Union Hymnal of 1878, he having been a member of both committees of compilation. They are:— 1. He loved me, and gave Himself for me. The Love of Jesus. Appe… Go to person page >

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Author: Fergus Ferguson
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