P. Douglas Bird

Short Name: P. Douglas Bird
Full Name: Bird, P. Douglas
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Texts by P. Douglas Bird (85)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A mother is lonely tonightP. Douglas Bird (Author)4
Across the changing waters of life's seaP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Close to my heart are the days so dear to meP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Day by day a sweeter gloryP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Deep in my heart ForeverP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Draw near, O Man of GalileeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Each tender thought that jewels my dreamingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Every day we're drawing nearerP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Follow now, ye who his word obeyP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Hear again the song of praiseP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Here I come, here I come, O man of GalileeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Here we come, our homage bringingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
How dear is the memory of childhood's low prayerP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
How dear to my heart are the fond recollectionsP. Douglas Bird (Author)1
How sweet the dreams that come to meP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
How sweet the hour, O Man of GalileeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I come, O Man of Galilee, A weary heart in search ofP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I come, O Man of Galilee, to follow in thy trainP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I feel thy presence near meP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I hear sweet music stealingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I linger in the soft gray lightP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I linger near blue GalileeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I linger where shadows soft color the dayP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I love just to sing of the Man of GalileeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I love to dream and linger where twilight shadowsP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I love to walk in friendship's waysP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I walk alone in silent, happy dreamP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I want thee forever, O Man of GalileeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
I would that my love for Jesus might glowP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In life's sweet moment fondly I dwellP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In memory's garden blooms a flowerP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In my heart a song is ringing beautiful and trueP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In old Judea's glory a memory lies impearledP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In the hour of sweet surrenderP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In the old church of childhoodP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In the sweet of the gleaming that jewels the dayP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
In this hour, memory's flowerP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Jesus, my Jesus, suffering thereP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Jesus, my Lord, I come to theeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Like a dream come softly stealingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Like a sweet and gentle flowerP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Mother dear, I fain would feel Your dear arms 'roundP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Nearer I'd be to theeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
No more then to wander nor lonely may I beP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
O Christ-man of Galilee, night draweth nighP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
O how dearly I love himP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
O Man of Galilee, I comeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
O thou dear face that fills my dreamP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Oft times I dream when night is fallingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Over all a bright star is gleamingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Sing me the songs that I so love to hearP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Sing the song of brotherhoodP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Soft as the starlightP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Soft through the twilight a new song is wingingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Sunbeam so holy, shine thou once moreP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Tender and sweet, love came to meP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Tender and sweet the dreamsP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
The days had been long without you, JesusP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
The flowers in heaven's garden are ever sweetP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
The sun shines bright o'er the pathway that I treadP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
There's a soft light agleaming far across the worldP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
There's a wonder star a'gleaming far across the worldP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
There's a wonderful song that the whole world may singP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Thou great Adventurer, lead us still, Though manyP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Though changing thoughts may find me sorely triedP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Though places I have known no more I seeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Though tender hearts of love surround meP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Walk thou with the Man of GalileeP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When even tide draws nearP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When evening shadows hide the sunP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When grief my lonely heart has shakenP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When I long for the sound of a voice that is stillP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When memory's dream of loveP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When shadows fall and night draws nearP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When shines the star of the eveningP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When sorrow had found meP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When the daylight hides her shadowP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When the evening shadows fall and alone I sitP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When the night's soft mantle fallsP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When the shades of evening fallP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When the shades of evening gather TenderP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When the shadows softly clingingP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When twilight is falling I wait for my LordP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
When you wake from the land of dreamsP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
Within the circle of his loveP. Douglas Bird (Author)2
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