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Richard W. Adams

Richard W. Adams
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Short Name: Richard W. Adams
Full Name: Adams, Richard W., 1952-
Birth Year: 1952

Born: 1952, Mis­souri.

Adams grad­u­at­ed from the Un­i­ver­si­ty of Mis­sou­ri, Co­lum­bia (BA 1974, cum laude, Phi Be­ta Kap­pa).


Texts by Richard W. Adams (35)sort descendingAsInstances
Always and ever, God reigns eternalRichard W. Adams (Author)2
As shadows lengthen and the night grows coldRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Astonishing grace: A race so defiledRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Builder of ages, planner divineRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Christus! Anointed One! King at Thy birth!Richard W. Adams (Adapter)2
Disciples of all nationsRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Down came the King from palace of whiteRichard Adams (Adapter)2
Go evangelize the nationsRichard W. Adams (Author)2
God Almighty in His wisdomRichard W. Adams (Versifier)2
God, as we stand amid Your worldRichard W. Adams (Author)2
How shall we answer terror's cryRichard W. Adams (Author)2
I am a poor wayfaring strangerRichard W. Adams (Adapter)1
In my deepest dream I hearRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Lift up your heads in joyful hopeRichard W. Adams (Adapter)1
List to the clanging bells of timeRichard W. Adams (Adapter)2
Lord, Source of all blessing, bless us indeedRichard W. Adams (Author)2
O great God of nations, revive us, we prayRichard W. Adams (Author)2
O heavy burdened, weary oneRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Oh, my Lord Jesus, if I did not have YouRichard W. Adams (Versifier)2
On this morn we see the dawningRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Only those few words of greetingRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Our guilt do we confess todayRichard W. Adams (Author)2
The Bible is a brilliant lampRichard W. Adams (Author)2
The city of our God, Jerusalem the brightRichard W. Adams (Author)2
The God of holiness and loveRichard W. Adams (Translator (from Portuguese))2
The God of might dispels the nightRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Through the ages saints have wonderedRichard W. Adams (Author)2
Total eclipse! No sun, no moonRichard W. Adams (Author (v. 2-4))1
Up and away, like the dew of the morningRichard W. Adams (Adapter)1
We hail the rising Day Star - the lamp within our heartRichard W. Adams (Author)2
When Joseph went with MaryRichard Adams (Author)2
When the storms of life surround me, And the world seems dark and coldRichard W. Adams (Author)2
When war’s shrill blast abroad is heardRichard W. Adams (Adapter)2
While plodding through the desert landRichard W. Adams (Versifier)2
With God’s Shekinah glory filledRichard W. Adams (Author)2
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