Elke tersteegen moers
of life, while he himself was known as "the physician of the poor and forsaken." Barred from preaching in his own country until 1750, he visited Holland annually from. Jackson, in his Life of Tersteegen, 1832. He wrote one hundred and eleven hymns, most of which appeared in his Spiritual Flower Garden (1731). Für dich sei ganz mein Herz und Leben. Harfenspiel, as above, and they did not meet the taste of compilers during the Rationalistic period. Evangelischer Lieder-Schatz, 1837, brought his hymns once more into notice they have been received in greater or less measure into almost all the German hymnbooks, among the Lutherans as well as among the Reformed, the most popular of all being his Gott ist gegenwärtig". Freue dich, du Kinder-Orden.
Jesu, den ich meine. Resignation to the Will of God. Frohlocket ihr englische Chören. A number of Tersteegen's hymns are noted under their own first lines. This house, with accommodation for eight persons, was retained until about 1800.