LEMENS) Gaebelein (1861-1945. Writer on prophecy. Born in Thuringia, Germany, he went to America at eighteen and was later ordained in the Methodist Episcopal Church, holding pastorates in Baltimore, Hoboken (New Jersey), and New York City where he began a remarkable ministry to the Jews. He founded and edited Our Hope magazine (published 1894-1958), and a press by that name, to provide literature for Jews, chiefly on prophecy and biblical exposition. Its distribution was worldwide. A student of biblical and major national, including Middle Eastern, languages, he wrote nearly fifty books and numerous pamphlets, mostly on prophecy. He lectured and preached widely and was active in the Bible Conference Movement.