George Wade Robinson

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George Wade Robinson (1838 – 18 January 1877) was a poet and hymnist from Cork, Ireland.

Biography[edit]

Robinson was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and New College, St. John’s Wood, London. He entered the congregational ministry and was co-pastor at York Street Chapel in Dublin with Dr. Urwick. He then became pastor at St. John’s Wood, Dudley, and at Union Street, Brighton. His most remembered poetry is in the hymn Loved with Everlasting Love with its chorus I am His and he His mine.[1]

He died in Southhampton on 18 January 1877.[2]

Writings[edit]

  • Loveland and other poems 1871 ASIN: B0017UX9LO
  • Lays Of A Heart (1867) Kessinger Publishing Co (1 Oct 2008) ISBN 978-1-4370-6308-0
  • The philosophy of the atonement & other sermons (Everyman's library, ed. by Ernest Rhys. E.P. Dutton (1912) ASIN: B0008638BY
  • Iona, and other sonnets, etc ASIN: B0017UVJ48

References[edit]

  1. ^ Baptist Hymn Book, Psalms and Hymns Trust, London 1962.
  2. ^ "Wade Robinson". hymnary.org. Retrieved 7 October 2016. 

External links[edit]

  • Listen to Robinson hymns [1]
  • Read Robinson's words [2]