我有良友 (I've found a friend)

我有良友,其愛難述,愛我遠在創世前 (Wǒ yǒu liángyǒu, qí ài nán shù, ài wǒ yuǎn zài chuàngshì qián)

Author: James G. Small
Tune: FRIEND
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Author: James G. Small

Small, James Grindly, son of George Small, J.P. of Edinburgh, was born in that city in 1817. He was educated at the High School, and the University of Edinburgh. He studied divinity under Dr. Chalmers, and in 1843 he joined the Free Church of Scotland. In 1847 he became the minister of the Free Church at Bervie, near Montrose. He died at Renfrew, Feb. 11, 1888. His poetical works were (1l) The Highlands and other Poems, 1843, 3rd ed. 1852; (2) Songs of the Vineyard in Days of Gloom and Sadness, 1846 ; (3) Hymns for Youthful Voices, 1859; (4) Psalms and Sacred Songs, 1866. His well-known hymn "I've found a Friend; oh such a Friend" (Jesus, the Friend), appeared in his Psalms & Sacred Songs, 1866. It is found in I. D. Sankey's Sacred Songs an… Go to person page >

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First Line: 我有良友,其愛難述,愛我遠在創世前 (Wǒ yǒu liángyǒu, qí ài nán shù, ài wǒ yuǎn zài chuàngshì qián)
Title: 我有良友 (I've found a friend)
English Title: I've found a friend, O such a friend
Author: James G. Small
Language: Chinese

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Sheng tu shi ge = Hymnary (聖徒詩歌) #184

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