Thought of God in hymns and poems by Frederick L. Hosmer

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Published by Beacon Press in Boston .

Written in English

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  • English Hymns,
  • American Christian poetry

Edition Notes

Includes first, second and third series.

Book details

Other titlesBenson collection of hymnals and hymnology
StatementFrederick L. Hosmer & William C. Gannett
ContributionsGannett, William Channing, 1840-1923
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. in 1 ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25508468M

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Boston, Roberts Bros., (OCoLC)   The Christian Book of Mystical Verse is divided into fifteen topical This collection includes hymns and prayers, but the majority of it is lyric poetry. Most selections are not written in easy-to-read, common speech; however, the effort to read slowly and experience the text is worth the effort/5.

A book based on this research, O for a thousand tongues – the Methodist Hymn Book () in context was published by the Methodist Publishing House. In he was appointed as a tutor and then Acting Principal at Hartley Victoria College (part of the Partnership for Theological Education in Manchester) to its closure in Herbert captures the wonder of God’s love for us, the enormity of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, and the joy of our salvation again and again.

In his work, in fact, his poems remind me of our hymnal and the poetic expressions of faith captured therein. Reading his poetry inspired me to think of hymns as poems as well. Hymns without music. The thought of God in hymns and poems. Second series Item PreviewPages: HORATIUS BONAR.

AND HIS HYMNS. Horatius Bonar was born on Decem, in Edinburgh, and, like his brothers, was educated at the High School and University of that city. He had not a mathematical turn of mind, but early in life showed a great liking. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Hymns and Poems, by A.

needlewomen, and paupers into a book of sacred song, may—in the opinion of some critics—deprive it of all claim to the name of poetry. “Why for the morrow take ye thought?” The God of truth and mercy said. In Hosmer and Gannett published The Thought of God in Hymns and Poems, a book which contained fifty–six pieces by Hosmer.

The English hymnologist Percy Dearmer described Hosmer’s hymn, “O Thou in all thy might so far,” as “this flawless poem. - Visit our hymns web site to hear many hymns: See more ideas about Poems, George muller and Hymns of praise pins.

From the small book of eleven hymns printed for the schools at St. Wilfrid's, his hymn-writing resulted in a total of pieces, all of which are in his Hymns,and many of them in various Roman Catholic collections for missions and schools. Few hymns are more popular than his "My God, how wonderful Thou art," "O come and mourn with me.

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I thirst, Thou wounded Lamb of God. [Union with Christ.] This hymn, by John Wesley, first appeared in Hymns & Sacred Poems, (Poetical Works,vol. ), thus— 1. "I thirst, Thou wounded Lamb of God, To wash me in thy cleansing Blood, To dwell within thy Wounds; then Pain Is sweet, and Life or Death is Gain.

Charles Wesley was a prolific Methodist poet and hymnist writing during the eighteenth-century Christian revival. While Wesley is rarely mentioned in standard histories of the period, his immense body of work—including poems, hymns, and a fascinating journal documenting his time in America—interests scholars both for its religiosity and its first-hand account of a tumultuous period.

Hymns and Sacred Poems. While it bore the names of both brothers, printer records and diary entries make clear that John was the primary collector and editor of the work. John also authored the preface to the volume (not included below, available in John’s Works).

But several of the hymnsFile Size: KB. Passages in the Book of Acts may refer to the use of such hymns, for example, in the case of the Gentiles at Caesarea, who “speak with tongues and magnify God” (Acts ), or the Ephesians who “spake with tongues, and prophesied” (Acts ), or perhaps.

The poems in this book were hand-picked by Tozer and follow a logical pattern, going in line with the very nature of salvation itself and the death of Jesus on the cross, man's contemplation of his own sin, redemption, communion with God, awaiting the return of Christ, and celebrations of eternal fellowship with God in : Moody Publishers.

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Many poems of Charles Wesley also, which up to a late period only existed in manuscript, are now for the first time presented for congregational use; and by the force and sublimity of thought, the depth and tenderness of feeling, and the spirit of fervent piety displayed in them, will fully vindicate the judgment of John Wesley respecting his.

The Hymns Old and New: An Unofficial Compendium Website contains a spreadsheet that shows "T he source of hymns that have been published in the Go-Preacher's Hymn Book () and in Hymns Old and New (Published by R. Allan and Son, and ). 'Tis this that bids the hard thought disappear, 'Tis this that silences each rising fear, He spared not His Son.

He was a voluminous and highly popular author, and in addition to many books and tracts wrote a number of hymns, many of which, e.g., God's Way of Peace: A Book for the Anxious Travels in Arabia and Palestine, Early and. A man of exquisite delicacy of feeling and generous impulse and continuous elevation of thought, the poet embodied in his book of Hymns the flowering of all the *Life and Letters of Frederick William Faber.

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Aug 1, - Explore rohkotsi's board "Hymns and Poems" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Poems, Words and Inspirational quotes pins. History of Christian poetry. Poetic forms have been used by Christians since the recorded history of the faith begins. The earliest Christian poetry, in fact, appears in the New Testament.

Canticles such as the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, which appear in the Gospel of Luke, take the Biblical poetry of the psalms of the Hebrew Bible as their models. Many Biblical scholars also believe that St. He published fifty-six of his hymns in The Thought of God in Hymns and Poems, Another example of his work is “Forward Through the Ages,” found in the United Methodist Hymnal, No.

Hosmer died in in Berkeley, California (Young,). More editions of The Thought Of God In Hymns And Poems (): The Thought Of God In Hymns And Poems (): ISBN () Hardcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, Once I thought my sojourn in this flesh was from a divine spite, But now I know it was a gift, and for it I need not be ashamed.

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The poems in this book are some of the earliest religious poems about Visnu, or Tirumal, the Dark One. The author is an alvar, "[one] immersed in god"; the root verb al means "to immerse, to dive; to sink, to be lowered, to be deep." The title Hymns for the Drawing plays on.

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This is the first publication in English of Franz Rosenzweig's translation of and commentaries on ninety-two poems and hymns of the greatest medieval "singer of Zion," Yehuda Halevi (born circa ).

Sarah Flower Adams was a Unitarian and British poet, many of whose poems have been turned into hymns. (Her most famous poem: "Nearer My God To Thee.") (Her most famous poem: "Nearer My God To Thee.") Adams was part of a progressive Christian congregation, South Place Chapel, that centered on human life and experience.

Some of Herbert's poems have endured as hymns, including "King of Glory, King of Peace" (Praise), "Let All the World in Every Corner Sing" (Antiphon) and "Teach me, my God and King" (The Elixir).

His first biographer, Izaak Walton, described Herbert on his death-bed as "composing such hymns and anthems as he and the angels now sing in heaven".File Size: KB. Prometheus Bound, and other poems/A Child's Grave at Florence; Prometheus Bound, and other poems/A Child's Thought of God; Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern; Prometheus Bound, and other poems/Confessions; Oxford Book of English Verse /Consolation; The Cross.

Poems 43 and 50 are indeed the same, it’s known by the two different titles so we will go ahead and leave them in case people are searching by poem title.

As for the Helen Keller quote, I believe the one we’ve quoted is a ‘versified’ rendition of the quote which originally appeared in .Horatius Bonar ( - ) was a Scottish churchman and poet, "the prince of Scot­tish hymn write­rs." He was a voluminous and highly popular author, and in addition to many books and tracts wrote a number of hymns, many of which, e.g., God's Way of Peace: A Book for the Anxious Travels in Arabia and Palestine, Early and Recent Etc.

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