Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf   4 comments

Zinzendorf Preaching

Above:  Zinzendorf Preaching

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Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-1760), a Lutheran, helped to renew the Moravian Church and became a bishop and the leader thereof.  He was the husband of Countess Erdmuth Dorothea von Zinzendorf (1700-1756) and the father-in-law of Bishop Johannes de Watteville (1718-1788), who succeeded him as the leader of the Renewed Moravian Church.


From Land to Land the Christian Goes:

Jesus, Hear Our Prayer:

Lord Jesus, For Our Call of Grace:

Jesus, Lord, Most Great and Glorious:

O Jesus, My Lord, For Ever Adored:

Jesus, By the Holy Spirit:

O Thou, to Whose All-Searching Sight:

Jesus’ Love Unbounded:

Christian Hearts, in Love United:

Be Present With Thy Servants, Lord:

Jesus, Thou Wounded Lamb of God:

We Pray Thee, Wounded Lamb of God:

Let Thy Presence Go With Me:

O Thou, Who in That Last, Sad Night:

To Thee, God, Holy Ghost, We Pray:

Jesus, Great High Priest of Our Profession:


Posted April 24, 2015 by neatnik2009 in Sources WXYZ

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