Johannes Schnesing

Friemar (near Gotha), Germany, 1567.

A native of Frankfurt am Main, Schneesing was appointed, sometime before 1524, assistant to Johann Langenhayn, pastor of St. Margaret’s church in Gotha, who had begun, in 1522, to preach the doctrines of the Reformation.

Subsequently he became pastor at Friemar; and in the records of the Visitation in 1534, he is described as a learned, diligent, pious, and godly man.

  1. Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ
    • According to Thy Mercy, Lord
    • In Thee Alone, Lord Jesus Christ
    • In Thee Alone, O Christ, My Lord
    • In Thee, Lord Christ, Is Fixed My Hope
    • In Thee, O Christ, Is All My Hope
    • Lord Jesus Christ, in Thee Alone