Dichter : Adams, Sarah (1805-1848)
Sarah Flower Adams was born at Harlow, England, February 22, 1805; and died in London, August 21, 1848. Sarah Flower was the younger daughter of Benjamin Flower, editor and proprietor of the Cambridge Intelligencer. In 1834 she married John Brydges Adams, a civil engineer and inventor. She is represented by her friends as being beautiful, intelligent, and high-minded.
Mrs. Adams had a gift for lyric poetry, and wrote thirteen hymns for her pastor, the Rev. William Johnson Fox, an Independent minister. These were all published in Hymns and Anthems, London, 1841.
This article is based on the public domain material from the An Annotated Edition of the The Methodist Hymnal, by Wilber F. Tillet and Charles S. Nutter; and is licensed under the .
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|366a||Näher, mein Gott, zu dir|
|366b||Näher, mein Gott, zu dir|