Yes, since God himself hath said it

Yes, since God himself hath said it

Author: John Newton
Tune: [Yes, since God himself has said it]
Published in 10 hymnals

Author: John Newton

Newton, John, who was born in London, July 24, 1725, and died there Dec. 21, 1807, occupied an unique position among the founders of the Evangelical School, due as much to the romance of his young life and the striking history of his conversion, as to his force of character. His mother, a pious Dissenter, stored his childish mind with Scripture, but died when he was seven years old. At the age of eleven, after two years' schooling, during which he learned the rudiments of Latin, he went to sea with his father. His life at sea teems with wonderful escapes, vivid dreams, and sailor recklessness. He grew into an abandoned and godless sailor. The religious fits of his boyhood changed into settled infidelity, through the study of Shaftesbury and… Go to person page >

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First Line: Yes, since God himself hath said it
Author: John Newton

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A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. (New and Rev. ed.) #1097Page Scan
A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. Rev. ed. #d934
A Collection of Hymns, for the Use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. New and Revised ed. #643Page Scan
Chapel Melodies #46Page Scan
Hymns of the Church Militant #517Page Scan
Offices of Worship and Hymns: with tunes, 3rd ed., revised and enlarged #602Page Scan
The Baptist Hymn Book: comprising a large and choice collection of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, adapted to the faith and order of the Old School, or Primitive Baptists (2nd stereotype Ed.) #703Page Scan
The Liturgy and Hymns of the American Province of the Unitas Fratrum #494Page Scan
The Liturgy and the Office of Worship and Hymns of the American Province of the Unitas Fratrum, or the Moravian Church #602Page Scan
The Lord's Songs: a collection of composures in metre, such as have been most used in the late glorious revivals; Dr. Watts' psalms and hymns excepted #XXIVPage Scan



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