1714–1780

1714, Al­sace.

Molther stu­died the­o­lo­gy at Je­na, joined the Mo­ra­vi­an Breth­ren in 1737, and went to Lon­don in 1739.

He was min­is­ter of the Breth­ren’s con­gre­ga­tion at Neu­wied 1750–61, then spent the rest of his life in Dub­lin and Bed­ford.

In 1775 he was con­se­crat­ed as bi­shop of the Breth­ren’s Un­i­ty.

  1. Behold, My Soul, Thy Sav­ior
  2. Christ, Thine All Aton­ing Death
  3. Now Rest in Peace
  4. O Could We but Love That Sav­ior
  5. O Spir­it of Grace, Thy Kind­ness We Trace
  6. Rejoice, My Soul, God Cares for Thee
  7. Rise, Ex­alt Our Head and King
  8. Rise, My Soul, Shake Off All Sad­ness
  9. See, World, up­on the Bloody Tree
    • See, World, up­on the Shame­ful Tree
  10. True Good Shep­herd, God’s Own Son, The
  11. ’Tis the Most Blest and Need­ful Part
  12. What Peace Di­vine, What Per­fect Hap­pi­ness
  13. When, O When Shall I Have the Fa­vor?