Minot J. Savage

Short Name: Minot J. Savage
Full Name: Savage, Minot J. (Minot Judson), 1841-1918
Birth Year: 1841
Death Year: 1918

Savage, Minot Judson, D.D., was born at Norridgewock, Maine, June 10, 1841, and educated at Bangor Seminary, where he graduated in 1864. From 1867 to 1873 he was a Congregational Minister, and then he joined the Unitarians, and has now (1900) a charge in Boston. He has published several works, including Poems, Boston, 1882. He also edited, with H. M. Dow, Sacred Songs for Public Worship, Boston, 1883, to which he contributed 46 original hymns. In hymnals other than this, of his hymns the following are in common use:—
1. Dost thou hear the bugle sounding. Consecration to Duty.
2. Father, we would not dare to change Thy purpose, &C. Prayer.
3. 0 God Whose law is in the sky. Consecration to Duty.
4. 0 star of truth down shining. Truth.
5. The God that to the fathers revealed His holy will. God unchangeable.
6. The very blossoms of our life. Holy Baptism.
7. What purpose burns within our hearts. Joining in Church Fellowship.
8. God of the glorious summer hours. New Year This is in D. Agate's Sunday S. Hymn Book, 1881, No. 371, and dated 1875. From the Sunny Side, N.Y.. 1875,p. 119.
Some of these hymns are given in Hunter's Hymns of Faith and Life, Glasgow, 1889, and recent American hymnals.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

Wikipedia Biography

Minot Judson Savage (June 10, 1841 – May 22, 1918) was an American Unitarian minister, psychical researcher and author.

Texts by Minot J. Savage (59)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A lowering sky with heavy cloudsM. J. S. (Author)English4
Be thankful for the star that roseMinot Judson Savage (Author)2
Be thankful to God, all ye saintsMinot Judson Savage (Author)2
Born at last! the great MessiahM. J. Savage (Author)English3
Children of heroic fathersM. J. Savage (Author)2
Comrades, hark! the air about usM. J. Savage (Author)English3
Dost thou hear the bugle soundingMinot Judson Savage (Author)English9
Father, by whatsoever lightMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
Father, we would not dare to changeMinot Judson Savage (Author)English4
God of the glorious summer hoursMinot Judson Savage (Author)2
Good-night, we say at partingMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
Hark, I hear the sweet bellsRev. Minot J. Savage (Author)2
Here on this little worldM. J. S. (Author)English3
How shall come thy kingdom holyM. J. S. (Author)English7
I breathe the fiery furnace breathMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
In the horror of the darkness of the old primeval nightM. J. Savage (Author)English3
In the old time, runs the storyMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
Learners are we all at schoolMinot Judson Savage (Author)English4
Let the heavens break forth in singing!Minot J. Savage (Author)English3
Like travellers that strayMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
Misfortune's hand hangs over meM. J. S. (Author)English4
New blessings every morningMinot Judson Savage (Author)2
No evil shall befall thee, Dear object of His choiceMinot J. Savage (Author)English1
No power on earth shall sever My soul from truth foreverMinot J. Savage (Author)6
Not so fearful, doubting pilgrimMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
Now, as the parting hour is nighM. J. S. (Author)English5
O church of our idealM. J. Savage (Author)2
O God, the stars of splendorM. J. S. (Author)English4
O God, whose law is in the skyM. J. Savage (Author)English10
O Love, with thy sweet chains Minot Judson Savage (Author)English4
O shepherds, shepherds, did you hearM. J. Savage (Author)English3
O star of truth, down shiningMinot J. Savage (Author)English24
O why are darkness and thick cloudsMinot Judson Savage (Author)2
Only through Judean voicesM. J. Savage (Author)2
Our fathers' God, who stillM. J. Savage (Author)English3
Seek not afar for beauty: lo, it glowsMinot J. Savage (Author)English16
Standing upon the mountain topMinot Judson Savage (Author)English4
Teach us, Father, how to find TheeM. J. S. (Author)English4
The cattle on a thousand hills with all their flocks are ThineM. J. S. (Author)English4
The God that to the fathersRev. Minot J. Savage (Author)English17
The heavens cannot contain thee, LordM. J. S. (Author)English3
The one life thrilled the stardust throughMinot Judson Savage (Author)English4
The shadows fall so gentlyMinot Judson Savage (Author)English4
The sleigh bells jingle in their gleeRev. M. J. Savage (Author)English7
The very blossoms of our lifeMinot Judson Savage (Author)English4
There is a mother's voice of love To hush her little childMinot Judson Savage (Author)5
Up the pathway of the agesM. J. S. (Author)English3
Upon one land aloneM. J. S. (Author)English3
We remember thee, O brave onesM. J. S. (Author)English5
We'll sing our loving trust in GodM. J. S. (Author)English3
What is that goal of human hopeMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
What purpose burns within our heartsM. J. S. (Author)English6
What song shall America singMinot J. Savage (Author)English3
When on some strain of musicM. J. S. (Author)English4
When some scene of beauty or some deed of goodMinot J. Savage (Author)English2
When the burdens on us pressM. J. Savage (Author)English3
When the gladsome day declinethMinot Judson Savage (Author)English8
Who is he fit to teach and guideM. J. S. (Author)English3
Whoever would winRev. Minot J. Savage (Author)2

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