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我今舉手向祢請 (Come, Lord, in Thy Spirit come)

我今舉手向你請 (Wǒ jīn jǔ shǒu xiàng nǐ qǐng)

Author: Charles W. Fry
Tune: [Come Lord in Thy Spirit come]
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF
Audio files: Recording

Author: Charles W. Fry

Charles William Fry United Kingdom 1838-1882. Born at Alderbury, Wiltshire, England, he was a bricklayer by trade, and was ultimately a successful building contractor, but also, like his father, a versatile musician, playing the violin, cello, piano, cornet, and harmonium. He lead and orchestra and band at the Wesleyan chapel in Alderbury. A Methodist, he also helped the Christian Mission in Salisbury. When he witnessed the abuse heralded against the Salvation Army when they established their ministry in 1878, he offered to serve as bodyguard for the Salvation Army workers. The next day Fry and his three sons showed up with their weapons, consisting of two cornets, a trombone, and a small tuba, which they played, in between fighting o… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: 我今舉手向你請 (Wǒ jīn jǔ shǒu xiàng nǐ qǐng)
Title: 我今舉手向祢請 (Come, Lord, in Thy Spirit come)
Author: Charles W. Fry
Language: Chinese

Instances

Instances (1 - 2 of 2)

Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #248

Audio

Small Church Music #5068

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