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LYNDE

Appears in 96 hymnals Matching Instances: 96 Composer and/or Arranger: John B. Cramer Tune Sources: Thuringian Folksong Incipit: 31651 21236 55456 Used With Text: Thou Art My Shepherd

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Thou Art My Shepherd

Author: Elsie Thalheimer; Mrs. M. Scott Haycroft Appears in 103 hymnals Matching Instances: 54 Topics: Courage, Faith, Loyalty; Father and Creator; Guidance Used With Tune: LYNDE

Tell me, my Saviour!

Author: Charles S. Robinson Appears in 24 hymnals Matching Instances: 16 Used With Tune: LYNDE
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Jesus, My Shepherd

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Appears in 5 hymnals Matching Instances: 3 Used With Tune: [Jesus, my Shepherd]

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Tell Me, My Saviour

Author: Charles S. Robinson Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #9310 Meter: 11.10.12.10 First Line: Tell me, my Savior! where Thou dost feed Thy flock Lyrics: 1 Tell me, my Savior! where Thou dost feed Thy flock, Resting beside the rock, cool in the shade. Why should I be as one turning aside alone, Left, when Thy sheep have gone, where I have strayed? 2 Seek me, my Savior! for I have lost the way. I will Thy voice obey; speak to me here! Help me to find the gate where all Thy chosen wait; Ere it shall be too late, oh, call me near! 4 Show me, my Savior! how I can grow like Thee; Make me Thy child to be, taught from above; Help me Thy smile to win; keep me safe folded in, Lest I should rove in sin, far from Thy love. Languages: English Tune Title: LYNDE
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Thou Art My Shepherd

Author: Elsie Thalheimer; Margaret S. Haycraft Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #6588 Meter: 11.10.12.10 Lyrics: 1. Thou art my shepherd, Caring in every need, Thy loving lamb to feed, Trusting Thee still. In the green pastures low, Where living waters flow, Safe by Thy side I go, Fearing no ill. 2. Or if my way lie Where storms are raging nigh, Nothing can terrify, I trust Thee still. How can I be afraid, While softly on my head Thy tender hand is laid? I fear no ill. 3. Goodness and mercy Ever shall follow me, Till by Thy grace I see Thy holy hill; Lord, in that home with Thee, Joyful eternally, Folded Thy flock shall be, Safe from all ill. Languages: English Tune Title: LYNDE
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Tell me, my Saviour

Author: Charles S. Robinson Hymnal: The New Laudes Domini #708 (1892) Topics: Christian Experience Conflict with Sin Languages: English Tune Title: LYNDE

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M. E. Thalheimer

Person Name: Elsie Thalheimer Author of "Thou Art My Shepherd" in The Cyber Hymnal

J. B. Cramer

1771 - 1858 Person Name: John B. Cramer Arranger of "LYNDE" in The Cyber Hymnal

Charles S. Robinson

1829 - 1899 Author of "Cant. 1:7" in Laudes Domini Robinson, Charles Seymour, D.D., was born at Bennington, Vermont, March 31, 1829, and educated at William College, 1849, and in theology, at Union Seminary, New York (1852-53), and Princeton (1853-55). He became Presbyterian Pastor at Troy, 1855; at Brooklyn, 1860; of the American chapel in Paris (France), 1868; and of the Memorial Presbyterian Church, New York, 1870. During 1876-77 he was editor of the Illustrated Christian Weekly. As an editor of hymn-books he has been most successful. His Songs of the Church were published in 1862; Songs for the Sanctuary, 1865; Spiritual Songs, 1878; and Laudes Domini, A Selection of Spiritual Songs, Ancient and Modern, 1884. His Songs for the Sanctuary has probably had a wider sale than any other unofficial American collection of any denomination, and the Laudes Domini is a book of great excellence. Dr. Robinson has composed a few hymns, including, "Saviour, I follow on" (Following Christ), in his Song of the Church, 1862, and "Isles of the South, your redemption is nearing " (Missions), in his Songs for the Sanctuary, 1865. The latter is given in Dr. Hatfield's Church Hymn Book, 1872, as "Lands long benighted." [Rev. F. M. Bird, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)