Thomas Hornblower Gill   1 comment

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Thomas Hornblower Gill (1819-1906), author of more than 200 hymns, made a spiritual pilgrimage from Unitarianism to Evangelical (Low Church) Anglicanism.


Break New-Born Year, On Glad Eyes Break:

Dear Lord and Master Mine:

The Glory of the Spring how Sweet:

I Walk Amidst Thy Beauty Forth:

Lord God, By Whom All Change is Wrought:

Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling-Place:

O Mean May Seem This House of Clay:

Our God, Our God, Thou Shinest Here:

Spirit of Truth, Who Makest Bright:

We Come Unto Our Fathers’ God:


Posted December 10, 2015 by neatnik2009 in Sources G

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