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Thine Forever

Author: William Bennett Appears in 17 hymnals Hymnal Title: The Bright Array First Line: Thine, Lord, forever, purchased by blood divine Lyrics: 1 Thine, Lord, forever, Purchased by blood divine; Rescued and saved by Thee, Lord, I am Thine. 2 Thine, Lord, forever, Though death shall lay me low; E’en in that dreadful hour, Thine, Lord, I know. 3 Thine, Lord, forever, When safe before Thy throne I stand, forevermore Thine, thine alone. Scripture: 1 John 2:17 Used With Tune: [Thine, Lord, forever]


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[Thine, Lord, forever]

Composer: Hubert P. Main Appears in 7 hymnals Hymnal Title: The Bright Array Incipit: 55665 12332 1671 Used With Text: Thine Forever


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Thine, Lord, forever! Purchas'd by blood divine

Author: W. Bennett, 1868 Hymnal: Book of Praise for the Sunday School #76b (1875) Hymnal Title: Book of Praise for the Sunday School Languages: English
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Thine, Lord, forever! Purchas'd by blood divine

Author: W. Bennett Hymnal: Bright Jewels for the Sunday School #48b (1869) Hymnal Title: Bright Jewels for the Sunday School Languages: English
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Thine, Lord, Forever!

Author: W. Bennett Hymnal: Chapel Melodies #69 (1868) Hymnal Title: Chapel Melodies First Line: Thine, Lord, forever Languages: English Tune Title: [Thine, Lord, forever]


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William Bennett

Hymnal Title: Select Songs No. 2 Author of "Thine, Lord, Forever" in Select Songs No. 2 Probably lived 1770-1870. Author of "O Savior of sinners, when faint and depressed" c. 1790 Dianne Shapiro

W. Bennett

Person Name: William Bennett Hymnal Title: The Bright Array Author of "Thine Forever" in The Bright Array William Bennett, probably lived between 1847 and 1927, his work appeared in hymnals starting about 1867. Dianne Shapiro

Hubert P. Main

1839 - 1925 Hymnal Title: The Bright Array Composer of "[Thine, Lord, forever]" in The Bright Array Hubert Platt Main DD USA 1839-1925. Born at Ridgefield, CT, he attended singing school as a teenager. In 1854 he went to New York City and worked as an errand boy in a wallpaper house. The next year he became an errand boy in the Bristow & Morse Piano Company. He was an organist, choir leader, and compiled books of music. He also helped his father edit the “Lute Songbook” by Isaac Woodbury. In 1866 he married Olphelia Louise Degraff, and they had two sons: Lucius, and Hubert. In 1867 he filled a position at William B Bradbury’s publishing house. After Bradbury’s death in 1868 the Bigelow & Main Publishers were formed as its successor. He also worked with his father until his father’s death in 1873. Contributors to their efforts were Fanny Crosby, Ira Sankey, Wilbur Crafts, and others. In addition to publishing, Main wrote 1000+ pieces of music, including part song, singing school songs, Sunday school music, hymns, anthems, etc. He also arranged music and collected music books. He 1891 he sold his collection of over 3500 volumes to the Newberry Library in Chicago, IL, where they were known as the Main Library. Some of his major publications include: “Book of Praise for the Sunday school” (1875), “Little pilgrim songs” (1884), “Hymns of Praise” (`1884), “Gems of song for the Sunday school” (1901), “Quartettes for men’s voices: Sacred & social selections” (1913). In 1922 Hope Publishing Company acquired Bigelow & Main. He was an editor, author, compiler, and composer, as well as publisher. He died in Newark, NJ. John Perry


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