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Gene Arnold

Short Name: Gene Arnold
Full Name: Arnold, Gene
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Texts by Gene Arnold (29)sort descendingAsInstances
Are you weary, are you sad at heartGene Arnold (Author)2
As the shadows of twilight endGene Arnold (Author)2
As we travel on life's journeyGene Arnold (Author)2
By the light of faith I followGene Arnold (Author)2
Father, I pray bring meGene Arnold (Author)2
I fear no foe in the nighttimeGene Arnold (Author)2
I had wandered far from Jesus (Happy)Gene Arnold (Author)2
I have found my precious SaviorGene Arnold (Author)2
I have just found a great consolationGene Arnold (Author)2
I have wandered so long in the darknessGene Arnold (Author)2
I'm growing older each dayGene Arnold (Author)2
No earthly pleasures appealGene Arnold (Author)2
On the way that will lead us to gloryGene Arnold (Author)2
Sometime we learn to be happyGene Arnold (Author)2
Sometimes we come to the twilightGene Arnold (Author)2
Somewhere in the nightGene Arnold (Author)2
Soon the sun goes downGene Arnold (Author)2
The clock of fate is moving onGene Arnold (Author)2
The hours have been wearyGene Arnold (Author)2
There is a story so wondrous fairGene Arnold (Author)2
There is a time at the close of dayGene Arnold (Author)2
There on the cross I see my SaviorGene Arnold (Author)2
There will come a time when I'll be goingGene Arnold (Author)2
There's just one fountainGene Arnold (Author)2
There's one sweet voiceGene Arnold (Author)2
What will my answer beGene Arnold (Author)2
When I go to sleep at nightGene Arnold (Author)2
When through the turmoil you wanderGene Arnold (Author)2
When twilight comes to endGene Arnold (Author)2
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