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John Keble (1792-1866) Born: April 25, 1792, Fairford, Gloucestershire, England.

Died: March 29, 1866, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England.

Buried: Hursley, Hampshire, England.

Keble was the son of the vicar of Colne. After a brilliant career at Oxford University, he took Holy Orders and became curate at East Leach and Burthorpe. In 1827, he published The Christian Year: Thoughts in Verse for the Sundays and Holy Days throughout the Year, which was an instant success. In 1831, Keble became a professor of poetry at Oxford. In 1833, he laid the foundation of the Oxford Movement by delivering his famous Assize Sermon. In 1835, he accepted the vicarage at Hursley, where he stayed the rest of his life.

Keble was a modest man, and probably thought less of his own work than did the least of his admirers. He once accompanied the vicar of a parish in southern England on his visit to the Sunday School. The superintendent asked Keble to say a few words to the children, who were already acquainted with his hymns, so that they might more easily remember them. Keble demurred, but when the superintendent persisted, said “May they sing something?” When they finished, his face was beaming as he said:

My dear children, you sang most beautifully in tune; may your whole lives be equally in tune, and then you will sing with the angels in heaven.

Hymns:

  1. Bethlehem, above All Cities Blest
  2. Blest Are the Pure in Heart
  3. Christ Before Thy Door Is Waiting
  4. Creator Savor, Strengthening Guide
  5. Days of Hope and Prayer Are Past, The
  6. Earth Is All the Lord’s, with All, The
  7. Father, What Treasures of Sweet Thought
  8. From Deeps So Wild and Drear
  9. God Is Not in the Earthquake, but Behold
  10. God Our Hope and Strength Abiding
  11. God, the Lord, a King Remaineth
  12. Hail, Gladdening Light
  13. How Pleasant, Lord of Hosts, How Dear
  14. How the Newborn Saints, Assembling
  15. In Troublous Days of Anguish and Rebuke
  16. Lessons Sweet of Spring Returning
  17. Live-Long Night We’ve Toiled in Vain, The
  18. Living Stream, as Crystal Clear, A
  19. Lo, from the Eastern Hills the Lord
  20. Lord, Be My Judge, for I Have Trod
  21. Lord, Lift My Heart to Thee at Morn
  22. Lord, Thy Heart in Love Hath Yearned
  23. Lord, Thou Hast Searched Me Out and Known
  24. Mercies of the Lord My God, The
  25. Midday Sun with Fiercest Glare, The
  26. My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Me?
  27. My Savior, Can It Ever Be?
  28. My Shepherd Is the Living God
  29. My Shepherd Is the Lord, I Know
  30. New Every Morning Is the Love
  31. O Father of Long Suffering Grace
  32. O God of Mercy, God of Might
  33. O Lord My God, Do Thy Holy Will
  34. O Love Unseen, We Know Thee Nigh
  35. O Say Not, Dream Not
  36. O Shame on Thee, Listless Heart
  37. O Timely Happy, Timely Wise
  38. O Who Shall Dare in This Frail Scene?
  39. Once in His Name Who Made Thee
  40. Our God in Glory Sits on High
  41. Praise the Lord, for He Is Love
  42. Praise Ye the Lord from Heaven
  43. Red o’er the Forest Peers the Setting Sun
  44. Seed of Jacob, One and All, The
  45. Shadow of the Almighty’s Cloud, The
  46. Silent Joy That Sinks So Deep, The
  47. Sing the Song Unheard Before
  48. Slowly the Gleaming Stars Retire
  49. Sound High Jehovah’s Name
  50. Spirit of Christ, Thine Earnest Give
  51. Spirit of Light and Truth, to Thee
  52. Spirit of Might and Sweetness Too
  53. Sun of My Soul
  54. Sweet Nurslings of the Vernal Skies
  55. Then, Fainting Soul, Arise and Sing
  56. Twilight Hour Is Sweet at Morn, The
  57. Voice That Breathed O’er Eden, The
  58. When Brothers Part for Manhood’s Race
  59. When Christ to Village Comes or Town
  60. When God of Old Came Down from Heaven
  61. Who for the Like of Me Will Care?
  62. Who Is God’s Chosen Priest?
  63. Why Doth My Savior Weep?
  64. Why Should We Faint and Fear to Live Alone?
  65. Wish Not, Dear Friends, My Pain Away
  66. Word Supreme, Before Creation
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