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Charles Barth

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Texts by Charles Barth (15)sort descendingAsInstances
Are you wasting your lifeCharles Barth (Author)2
Don't ever try to hide your sinsCharles Barth (Author)2
I have no time for sorrowCharles Barth (Author)2
I want to sing that heavenly songCharles Barth (Author)2
If you have been faithful to JesusCharles Barth (Author)2
If you're living for JesusCharles Barth (Author)2
If you've got a little heartacheCharles Barth (Author)3
Jesus bore our heavy loadCharles Barth (Author)2
Jesus knows your secretsCharles Barth (Author)2
Lord, I was weak, you made meCharles Barth (Author)2
One night as I knelt downCharles Barth (Author)2
Since Jesus came into my heart, I'm on the pilgrimCharles Barth (Author)2
The pilgrim and strangerCharles Barth (Author)4
There's rest for the wearyCharles Barth (Author)2
While walking with my Savior downCharles Barth (Author)2
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