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Frances Bevan

(Emma) Frances Bevan (1827-1909) has written and translated (=tr) many fine hymns, some of which (104) you may find here:

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A homeless Stranger amongst us came - Bands of love
All fair within those Children of the light - Thy hidden ones
All hail! O glorious Son of God - Risen and ascended
Allured into the desert, with God alone, apart - The secret of his pavilion
Am I not enough, mine own? - The inheritance (tr)
Art thou weary, sad, and lonely - The last knock
As the bridegroom to his chosen - My God (tr)
As the lily of the valley - The garden of God (tr)
At the Lord's right hand there are pleasures - The divine love
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Child of the Eternal Father - The high calling (tr)
Come, children, on and forward! - Pilgrim song
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For him the wilderness did not sing - The Outcast
From the brightness of the glory - The Evangelist
From the glory and the gladness - The gospel according to Paul
From the palace of his glory - The joy that was set before him
From the Rock that God has riven - The river of God
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Glorious and solemn hour - The border of his sanctuary
Glorious River of God's pleasures - Rivers in the desert
God in heaven hath a treasure - Light of a Stone most precious
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Hath not each heart a passion and a dream? - With him, all things (tr)
He found me the lost and the wandering - It is finished
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"I am not;" O words unwelcome - "I am not" (tr)
I go from grief and sighing - The victory of the Lamb (tr)
I go on my way rejoicing - The vessel of wrought gold
I know not the song of thy praises - A new song
I was journeying in the noontide - Beyond the brightness of the sun
I would bear in my body the dying - "The marks of the Lord Jesus"
In faith we sing this song of thankfulness - The blessed Hope
In him we live, in him we move - The far and the near
In the bosom of the Father - Above and below
In the depths of his bright glory - The secret of the Lord
In the distant land of famine - My welcome
In the great and terrible wilderness - The cloven Rock
In the Paradise of glory - The Paradise of God
In thy tabernacle, Lord, I offer - A song of the temple
In the world ye shall have tribulation - The hermit's cell
It ends – the vigil of high festival - The last watch of the night
It was as if upon his breast - The Land of promise
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Jerusalem! thou glorious City-height - The City that hath foundations (tr)
Jesus, Lord, in whom the Father - More than Heaven
Jesus, the One unchanging - A song
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Lamb, thy white-robed people feeding - The Lamb of God
Lord Jesus, all my sin and guilt - Change of raiment
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Many sorrows hard and bitter - Marah
'Midst the darkness, storm and sorrow - The Bride
My Beloved, from earth's many voices - The inner chamber
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Name of Jesus! highest Name! - The Name above every name
No more veil! God bids me enter - Brought nigh
No other voice than thine has ever spoken - The Shepherd's voice
Not built with hands is that fair radiant chamber - In his tabernacle
Now – borne upon the still, the boundless deep - The dwelling of the Lord
Now have I seen thee and found thee - The finding (tr)
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"O Father! not my will, but thine be done!" - "Out of the depths" (tr)
O glad the wilderness for me - The blessed country
O God, a world of empty show - At rest
O God, through Christ the living way - Found
O Holy and mighty and marvellous Word - The hearing ear
O Lord, I have loved the fair beauty - The courts of God
O Lord, in my songs I have praised thee - The new song (tr)
O Lord, the most fair, the most tender - The chase (tr)
O Name, the psalm and the music - Jesus
O path which no eagle knoweth - Thy footsteps are not known
Oft comes to me a blessed hour - The Sabbath year
Oh what will be the day when won at last - Things to come (tr)
Oh when shall the fair day break - The night watch (tr)
On, O beloved children - Pilgrim song (tr)
One place I have in heaven above - The hidden path
One with Christ – within the golden City - The end of the journey Priest
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Peace! O restless heart of mine - The ark of God
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Rich, our God, art thou in mercy - Brought nigh
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Sinners Jesus will receive - The welcome (tr)
Soul, journeying through the desert wild - Childhood
Still, O soul! the sign and wonder - The sin-offering
Stillness midst the ever-changing - The quiet land
Sweet to trace his toiling footsteps - The great High Priest
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Take me, Jesus, to thy breast - Evensong (tr)
Tale of tenderness unfathomed - The pearl
The day is gone – my soul looks on - Twilight (tr)
The evening comes, the sun is sunk and gone - The shadow of his wings
The hart panteth after the waters - The thirst of God (tr)
The land! the glory of all lands - Emmanuel's land
The little while! how nearly gone - Tomorrow
The race of God's anointed priests - The royal priesthood (tr)
There is a balm for every pain - Oil and vine (tr)
There is a Day of rest before thee - Tomorrow (tr)
There sounds a glorious music - The song of Christ
Thou Breath from still eternity - The Breath of God (tr)
Thou knewest not where to lay thy head - His dwelling-place
Thou sweet beloved Will of God - The Will of God (tr)
Thou who givest of thy gladness - The home (tr)-
To heart and soul how sweet thou art - Whiter than snow
To learn, and yet to learn, whilst life goes by - The task (tr)
"To me to live is Christ," and yet the days - The Master’s hand (tr)
To praise him in the dance! O glorious day! - The dance (tr)
To thee, Lord, my heart unfoldeth - The meeting (tr)
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Wanderer, rest thy weary feet - The land of rest
We are come unto Mount Zion - Arrived
We slept – a sleep of death, and yet of dreams - Sleeping and waking
We thank thee, Lord, for weary days - Companionship
Wearily my spirit sinketh - The Everlasting Arms (tr)
Wherefore goest thou with me? - A Light to lighten the gentiles
Who are these who come amongst us - Ambassadors for Christ
Who are these whose faces are irradiate - Citizens of Heaven
Wondrous joy, thy joy, Lord Jesus - The song of his joy
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