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T. M. Eastwood

Short Name: T. M. Eastwood
Full Name: Eastwood, T. M.

Early 20th Century

We have little data on Eastwood, except that he was a minister in the Reformed Episcopal Church of England.


Texts by T. M. Eastwood (38)sort descendingAsInstances
A servant of the Lord am IT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
As showers from the clouds come downRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)3
Beyond the bar on yonder shoreT. M. Eastwood (Author)13
Every day, my blessed Savior, I would walk and talk with TheeT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
Far, far have I wanderedT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
From the throne of his gloryT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
I once was burdened with my sinRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)3
Is it nothing to you that long ages agoT. M. Eastwood (Author)4
It is not dark where Jesus isRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)3
Let others seek the things of earthRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)2
Let us walk on the hilltops of blessingT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
Many a load would be lighter today Many a sorrow would soon pass awayT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
Many a load would be lighter today (Eastwood)T. M. Eastwood (Author)2
My Father who painteth the liliesT. M. Eastwood (Author)4
My soul has found a hiding place When storms are fierce and wildT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
O Christian toil not for thyselfT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
O Father, when my troubled soul is tossedRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)6
O it is sweet to serve my LordT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
O Lord in me thy work reviveRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)6
O Lord thou didst the promise giveT. M. Eastwood (Author)5
O soul of mine, mount high, mount high!T. M. Eastwood (Author)3
O the grace of God is boundlessT. M. Eastwood (Author)5
Onward, upward, let us goT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
Our motto shall be forwardT. M. Eastwood (Author)4
Our Savior came down from his home in the skyT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
There are many souls who wanderT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
There is a face I long to seeRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)2
There is a name that shall abideT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
There's a glorious work to do, Are you helping?T. M. Eastwood (Author)2
There's a sign in which to conquer all our enemies and foesT. M. Eastwood (Author)4
There's a work for you to doT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
When blinded are the eyes of faithT. M. Eastwood (Author)3
When I shall see my Lord and KingT. M. Eastwood (Author)4
When our earthly toils are overT. M. Eastwood (Author)4
When the Savior I foundT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
When you bring a giftT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
Whenever you toil for the MasterT. M. Eastwood (Author)2
You ask me why the name of Christ is ever dear to meRev. T. M. Eastwood (Author)3
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