Wo bleiben meine sinnen?

Wo bleiben meine sinnen?

Author: Alexander Mack
Published in 17 hymnals

Author: Alexander Mack

Alexander Mack was born in 1679 at Schriesheim, between Mannheim and Heidelberg. He was brought up in the Reformed faith. He was not satisfied with the formalism of the Catholic, Lutheran, or Reformed churches, but also not satisfied with the Pietists, who believed religion was of the heart, and rejected the organized church. He founded the Church of the Brethren in 1708 in Schwarzenau, Wittgenstein. The church sought to adopt the teachings of the New Testament, and practiced baptism by immersion. Because of this they were also known as "Dunkers." The church grew in Schwarzenau but was scattered by persecution. The leaders decided to come to the United States and nearly the whole denomination migrated to the States starting in 1719. Mack mo… Go to person page >

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First Line: Wo bleiben meine sinnen?
Author: Alexander Mack

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Allgemeine Lieder-Sammlung zum Gegrauch für den privaten und öffentlichen Gottesdienst. (6th Aufl.) #129

Das Christliche Gesang-Buch #d310

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Das kleine Davidische Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions #a546a

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Das kleine Davidische Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions #a546a

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Das kleine Davidische Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions #aa546a

Das kleine Davidische Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions #d1

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Das kleine Davidische Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions. 2. verb. aufl. #aa546a

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Das Kleine Davidische Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions #573a

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Das Kleine Davidische Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions #546a

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Die allgemeine Lieder-Sammlung zum privat und öffentlichen Gottes-Dienst #129

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Die Gemeinschaftliche Liedersammlung #73

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Die Gemeinschaftliche Liedersammlung #73

Eine Sammlung von Psalmen, Lobgesaengen, und Geistlichen Liedern #d330

Neue Sammlung von Psalmen, Lobgesaengen und Geistlichen Liedern ... der Alten Brueder ... #d262

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