Archive for the ‘Sources D’ Category

William Henry Draper   2 comments

Above:  William Henry Draper

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William Henry Draper (1855-1933) was a priest in The Church of England.


All Creatures of Our God and King:

Lord, Through This Holy Week:


Posted May 11, 2020 by neatnik2009 in Sources D

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Charles Albert Dickinson   1 comment

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Charles Albert Dickinson (1849-1906) was a U.S. Congregationalist minister and hymn writer.


Blessed Master, I Have Promised:

To Thee, O Savior Friend:


Posted April 16, 2018 by neatnik2009 in Sources D

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William Arthur Dunkerley (John Oxenham)   2 comments

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Above:  The Flag of England

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William Arthur Dunkerley (1852-1941) wrote fiction, non-fiction, and poetry under noms de plume, usually as “John Oxenham.”


O God, Within Whose Sight:

All Labor Gained New Dignity:

‘Mid All the Traffic of the Ways:


Posted September 17, 2014 by neatnik2009 in Sources D, Sources O

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Charitie Lees Smith Bancroft de Chenez   1 comment

Charitie Lees de Chenez Hymnal 1933

Above:  Part of a Page from The Hymnal (1933), Presbyterian

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Charitie Lees Smith Bancroft de Chenez (1840-1923)


O For the Robes of Whiteness:

Thy Way is Best, My Father:

O Man of Sorrows:


Posted December 24, 2013 by neatnik2009 in Sources D

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Percy Dearmer   1 comment


Above:  Westminster, Evening (1909), by Joseph Pennell (1857-1926)

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Canon Percy Dearmer (1867-1936) wrote and translated many hymns.


Ah, Think Not the Lord Delayeth:

O Father Above Us:

When By Fear My Heart Is Daunted:

Life is Good, For God Contrives It:

Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle:

The Whole Bright World Rejoices Now:

To the Name That is Salvation:

He Who Would Valiant Be:

Father Most Merciful and Tender:

Father, Who On Man Dost Shower:

Father, We Praise, Thee, Now the Night is Over:

Thou Judge By Whom Each Empire Fell:


Posted October 30, 2013 by neatnik2009 in Sources D

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Carl Doving   2 comments

Hymnal for Church and Home 1938

Above:  Part of the Title Page of the Danish-American Lutheran Hymnal for Church and Home (1938)

The Reverend Carl Doving (1867-1937) was a Norwegian-born U.S. Lutheran pastor fluent in seven languages:  Norwegian, English, German, Icelandic, Swedish, Danish, and Greek.  He translated German and Scandinavian hymns into English.  Many of those translations became part of The Lutheran Hymnary (1913).


To God the Anthem Raising:

O Sing With Exultation:

How Blessed is the Little Flock:

The Lord My Faithful Shepherd Is:

Before Thee, God, Who Knowest All:

Lord God, Our Father:

Te Deum Laudamus (II):

I Come to Thee, O Blessed Lord:

O Lord, Hear Thou My Calling:

Abide Among Us, We Implore Thee:

Holy Jesus! Fountain Streaming:

Jesus, Master! At Thy Word:


Posted September 27, 2013 by neatnik2009 in Sources D, The Lutheran Hymnary (1913/1935)

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William Chatterton Dix   1 comment

Above:  Great Britain and Ireland

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William Chatterton Dix (1837-1898) was the English-born manager of a marine insurance company in Glasgow, Scotland.  An Anglican, he belonged to The Church of England south of Hadrian’s Wall and to the Scottish Episcopal Church north thereof.  Of Dix James F. Moffatt wrote:

Few modern writers have shown so signal a gift as his for the difficult art of hymn writing.

Handbook to The Church Hymnary (London:  Oxford University Press, 1927), page 318


Joy Fills Our Inmost Hearts Today:

To Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We Raise:

As With Gladness Men of Old:

“Come Unto Me, Ye Weary, and I Will Give You Rest.”:

Alleluia! Sing to Jesus:


Posted May 21, 2012 by neatnik2009 in Sources D

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Ruth Duck   Leave a comment

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Ruth Duck is Professor of Worship at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois.


Creative God, You Spread the Earth:

Colorful Creator:


Posted May 19, 2012 by neatnik2009 in Sources D

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George Washington Doane and William Croswell Doane   Leave a comment

Above:  Shield of The Episcopal Church


George Washington Doane (1799-1859) was the Episcopal Bishop of New Jersey (1832-1859).  His son, William Crowell Doane (1832-1913), was the Episcopal Bishop of Albany, New York (1868-1913).


George Washington Doane

Softly Now the Light of Day:

Thou Art the Way:


William Croswell Doane

Ancient of Days:


Philip Doddridge   2 comments

Above:  Philip Doddridge

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Great God, We Sing That Mighty Hand:

Hark! the Glad Sound! the Savior Comes:

Eternal Source of Every Joy:

O God of Bethel/O God of Jacob:

Tomorrow, Lord, is Thine:

See Israel’s Gentle Shepherd Stand:

My Gracious Lord, I Own Thy Right:

My God, and is Thy Table Spread:

Lord of the Sabbath, Hear Our Vows:

Jesus, My Lord, How Rich Thy Grace:

How Rich is Thy Bounty, King of Kings:

God of My Life:

Father of All, Thy Care We Bless:

Do I Not Love Thee, O My Lord:

Beset With Snares on Every Hand:

Awake, My Soul, Stretch Every Nerve:


Posted December 12, 2011 by neatnik2009 in Sources D

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