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G. M. Bills

Short Name: G. M. Bills
Full Name: Bills, G. M.
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Texts by G. M. Bills (27)sort descendingAsInstances
All the paths I lately trodG. M. Bills (Author)2
As swift and silentG. M. Bills (Author)2
At the mercy seat I lingerG. M. Bills (Author)3
Cast your burden all on JesusG. M. Bills (Author)2
Clinging to Jesus alone is sweetG. M. Bills (Author)2
Confess the Christ, believing oneG. M. Bills (Author)5
Cual nocturno y dulce sonG. M. Bills (Author)2
Do you seek for a friend who is always the sameG. M. B. (Author)2
I cannot forget the hourG. M. Bills (Author)2
I will evermore repeatG. M. Bills (Author)3
Jesus satisfies my soul, for I am savedG. M. Bills (Author)3
Keep in line with JesusG. M. Bills (Author)2
Like a chime of silver bells In the darkness ringingG. M. Bills (Author)19
Listen to the wondrous story (Bills)G. M. Bills (Author)2
Safe in the life boat I joyfully rideG. M. Bills (Author)2
Some mortals may wonderG. M. Bills (Author)2
The hour is fast approachingG. M. Bills (Author)2
To the haven of our dreamsG. M. Bills (Author)2
To thy royal gates the ransomed are returningG. M. Bills (Author)2
Trauend dir, dem Heiland, der mich hat befreitG. M. Bills (Author)1
Trusting in the Savior who has ransomed meG. M. Bills (Author)9
V'gen, som [bred] jag vandrat harG. M. Bills (Author)3
When I read the wondrous storyG. M. Bills (Author)2
When the bridegroom calleth from the skiesG. M. Bills (Author)4
When the seeds that I have scatteredG. M. Bills (Author)2
Who is this who for our sorrowsG. M. Bills (Author)4
Would you shine for JesusG. M. Bills (Author)7
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