And there He Hung – Frederick Whitfield (Christian devotional)

And there He Hung – Frederick Whitfield (Christian devotional)

Galatians 2:20 …(He) loved me and gave Himself for me.

Frederick Whitfield (1829-1904) English clergyman and hymn writer Frederick Whitfield was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, and went on to hold various positions in the Church of England. Whitfield wrote over 30 prose and poetical works, including:

Spiritual Un­fold­ing from the Word of Life
Voices from the Val­ley Tes­ti­fy­ing of Je­sus
The Word Un­veiled
Gleanings from Scrip­ture
Sac­red Po­ems and Prose, 1861 & 1864
The Cas­ket
Quiet Hours in the Sanctuary

Hymns

I Have a Great High Priest Above
I Need Thee, Precious Je­sus
I Saw the Cross of Je­sus
In Spirit, Lord, We Meet Thee Now
Jesus, Thou Name of Magic Power
O How I Love Jesus
Sprinkled Blood Is Soaking, The
There Is a Day I Long to See
There’s Naught on Earth to Rest Upon
When Dead in Sin and Far from God

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