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Robert S. Arnold

Short Name: Robert S. Arnold
Full Name: Arnold, Robert S. (Robert Sterling), 1904-
Birth Year: 1904
Death Year (est.): 2004

Wikipedia Biography

Robert Sterling Arnold (January 26, 1905 – February 8, 2003) was an American shape note music publisher, singer, composer, singing school teacher, and is a cousin to famed country western singer, Eddie Arnold. Robert was born at Coleman in Coleman County, Texas, the son of Millard Franklin and Rowena Victoria (Lawrence) Arnold. Robert and Cora Arnold were members of the Church of Christ.

Texts by Robert S. Arnold (67)sort descendingAsInstances
Christ has something betterRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Christ is with us every passing momentRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Christ the dear LordRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Declare his love to allRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Don't let the world hinderRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Father, forgive us, for all past sinRobert S. Arnold (Author)4
God, give us hope and courage each dayRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
God is our refuge, God is our strength (Arnold)Robert S. Arnold (Author)2
God's word ageth notRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
God's word gives his children a nameRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Have you checked with God's plan of salvationRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Have you read, have you studiedRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
I am on the road to glory (Arnold)Robert S. Arnold (Author)2
I have a home in heaven aboveRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
I want to live close to JesusRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
I wantta get right with my dear SaviorRobert S. Arnold (Author)4
I was a stranger, a perfectRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
I'd like to tell someoneRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
If I read in the Bible my dutyRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
If your soul is cast downRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
I'm enthused about the futureRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Is the Lord crowded outRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
I've told about my Lord and KingRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Jesus, our blessed Redeemer and KingRobert Arnold (Author)4
Jesus, the Savior, who leads the wayRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Joy is ever with me all alongRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Let us talk about our SaviorRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Lift up your voice to heaven aboveRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Lift up your voice to heaven above For Jesus' death was all in loveRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Lord, lead me safelyRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Many are the friends (Arnold)Robert S. Arnold (Author)2
Melodies of love we sing each dayRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
No tears in heaven, no sorrows givenR. S. A. (Author)20
O how sweet to sing his praiseRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
O what a Savior is JesusRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
O what love our savior showedRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
O ye children of men put your trust in the LordRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
O you better hold onRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
O you can't hideRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Observe the life, the life of JesusRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Praise ye the Lord, give thanksRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Render every serviceRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Sing his glory, tell the storyRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Sing the sweet story of Christ and his loveRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
There is a God somewhereRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
There is a home above (Arnold)Robert S. Arnold (Author)3
There is a wonderful place that weRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
There is sunshine in my soulRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
There'll be no consolationRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
There's a great day a'cominRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
There's a land of joyRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
There's a time in our life we should thinkRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
This old world is not my homeRobert S. Arnold (Author)4
Time is now fleeting byRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Unto thee, O Lord, do I lift mineRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
We dream of a mansion up yonderRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
We have a Savior who is so trueRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
We read in God's word how we'll meetRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Well, I've got it fixedRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
What have I done for my MasterRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
When death comes a creepin'Robert S. Arnold (Author)2
When I was sad and lonelyRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
When the time shall come for us to goRobert S. Arnold (Author)4
When we shall cross o'er the river some morningRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
Wonderful joy, great joyRobert S. Arnold (Author)3
Working for the Master as on we goRobert S. Arnold (Author)2
You gotta leave the lower rungRobert S. Arnold (Author)3

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