B. B. Edmiaston

Short Name: B. B. Edmiaston
Full Name: Edmiaston, B. B.
Birth Year (est.): 1881
Death Year (est.): 1955
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Texts by B. B. Edmiaston (962)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A light in the valleyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
A melody sweet hope's echoesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
A message of love from heaven aboveMrs. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
A slave to sin, condemned to die, I wandered in the nightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
A song comes winging its wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
A wonderful theme is thrilling my soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
After labor here, cometh restB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
After the shadows here are goneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
All along life's lonely pathwayBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
All hail the love of God's great SonB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
All hail the power of Jesus' name, The name I love so much to hearB. B. E. (Author)English2
All that I am and whatever I mayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
All the earth is full of the Savior's greatB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
All through the journey here we meet shadowsBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Almighty Father, holy thy nameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Almighty is the Lord of hostsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Along the journey here, through gloomy shadows drearBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Angels came down from heavens high gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Angels from heaven brought us a songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are you burdened with a careB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are you burdened with a load of careB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are you friendless, weak or wearyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are you living still in sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are you sad and wearyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are you spreading the gospel wherever you goB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are you trusting in the Savior (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are your burdens hard to bear (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Are your sins all forgivenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As blooms the flowersB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As I go along, mingling with the throngB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
As I journey along my wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
As I journey along the upward wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
As I journey day by dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As I journey earth's lone mile, Savior, guide me all the whileB. B. E. (Author)2
As I journey through earth'sB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As I journey through life's lonesome valleyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As I journey through the gloom in the shadow of the tombBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
As I travel here along the pilgrim wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As I travel on the trailB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As I travel onward through thisB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As I try to do my best, meeting honestly each testB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
As I walk beside life's fountainB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As morning's bright sun drives darkness awayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As seasons passing byB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As the scenes of long agoB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
As the silent shades of twilightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As the smiling sunbeams usher in the dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As the storm clouds gatherB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
As the twilight gently fallsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As we journey along life's wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As we journey oft we hear glad hallelujahs ringB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
As we journey on our way belowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As we journey on our way, seeking love's goalB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As we labor here amid the disappointing scenes of lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
As we travel on the winding pathway of this changing lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
As you go your rounds each dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)8
As you journey day by dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
As you journey on life's way, burdened with a heavy loadRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
As you journey through this world are you doing deeds of loveBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English3
As you travel on your journey here belowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
At midnight in GethsamaneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
At the dawn of the day, shades of night passedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
At the morning's rosy dawnB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
At twilight dreaming, the loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Awake, arise from idleness and easeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Awake, awake and sing a joyous song of praiseB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Awake, awake, rejoice and singB. B. E. (Author)2
Away, away, away, away to the fields we goB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Be a beam of sunshineB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Bearing your crossB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Beautiful grain is ripeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Beautiful land of light, beautiful city brightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Beautiful land of light, beautiful home so brightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Beautiful morning, dawn of new dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Beautiful music stealing over my soul todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Beauty is found in the valleysB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Bells of God's mercy are ringing today, calling us from sin's destruction awayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Beyond the sunset when day is goneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the LordB. B. E. (Author)English2
Blinded by my sin, away from GodB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Blindly I wanderedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Boast not thyself of tomorrow: for thou knowest not whatB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Boundless as the depths of the seaB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Bow down Thine ear, Blessed Lord, and hear Thou meBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
By the rivers evil mocked themB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
By the world's deceitfulness, and sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Called to work with my Savior, commissionedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Christ in mercy came to earth from glory landB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Christ is calling, for you callingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Christ is calling, gently callingB. B. E. (Author)English2
Christ, the Lord, has made me freeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Christ, the Lord is knocking at your door todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Christ the Lord to us is callingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Christ the Savior bids you journey with HimB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Christian soldiers as you onward goB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Christians, gird your armor for the fightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Cling to the cross, my brother dearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Clinging to Jesus, I am happy todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Come before the Lord with singingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Comes, over and over, the promiseB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Crosses here I bearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Daily, Lord, my faith renewBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Daily we grow fonder of the friends up yonderB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Darkness cast its shadows over all the worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English3
Day by day you travel on your journeyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
De Lord sent Jonah to Ninevah landB. B. E. (Arranger)English2
Dear comrade, you're facing the right andB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Dear comrade, you're facing the right and theB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Dear friend, are you trustingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Dear friend, are you trusting the Savior todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Dear memory comes from my childhood homeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Dear ones we loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Deep consternations covering the whole world todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Deep down in the heart of trusting manB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Do clouds appear upon your wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Do life's burdens heavy press you hard and strongBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Do you walk with the Lord in the light of His wordElla Allen Edmiaston (Author)English1
Don't ring dem chimin' bells, Till I get thereB. B. E. (Arranger)1
Don't you hear the blessed Master's callB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down, down, down, down, down into my heartBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Down, down, down into my heartB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down from the heavenly portalsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down from the land of lightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down here we may only earth's poverty shareB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down in the valley with JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down the lonesome valleyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down the radiant pathway to gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Down the swiftly flowing stream of time we now driftB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Down through the darkness of fallen man's shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Draw me to a closer walk with theeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Dreamers all, from your sleep now awakeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Dreaming, dreaming silentlyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)36
Dreaming, silently dreamingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
Drifting and dreaming, down the river of memoryB. B. E. (Author)2
Dying sinner, hear the call from CalvaryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Dying soul, far out in sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Each day I'm happy in my Savior since I believedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Each moment the Father has given to youB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Every day all the way from despairB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Every day as I travel onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Every thought of golden deed that will help another's needB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Every tree beareth fruit in the world here belowRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Everybody can work for JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Evil has bound me, darkness around me blinded me to the lightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Evil was placing its chains aroundB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Evil would lead us awayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Far away from the fold of the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Far out beyond earthly star wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Father, teach me how to prayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Firmly march along, happy Christian throngB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Following Jesus day after dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
For many years I've jogged along the trails of this range landB. B. E. (Author)2
For me he prayedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
For me the Lord prayedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
For me the Prince of heaven cameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Friends who labored with us through the yearsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
From death the Savior rescued meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
From his throne above, Jesus came in loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
From over the river sweet voicesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
From sin and shame I turnedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
From the grave Christ aroseB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
From the royal courts of heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Gather in to the Sunday School todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Gather together at the appointed timeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Gathered together in brotherly loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Give thanks unto God, for He is goodBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Giving out gladnessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Glad song of love is flying nowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Glory be to God, I'm saved from sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Glory be to God most highB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Glory be to him who took my sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Glory, honor be to Almighty JehovahBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Glory to God in the highest, we singB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Go tell the sweet story of Jesus, the Lord, Who paid the great debtB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
God has filled the whole wide world with music sweetB. B. E. (Author)2
God is our refuge, and our strengthBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
God's promises divine are yoursB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Great is the Lord, Jehovah, in the mountain of His holinessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Hallelujah, amen, HallelujahB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Hallelujah, bless the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Hallelujah to the Lord, heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Happy saints are singingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Haste, ye reapers, to the reapingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Have the shadows hid the golden sunB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Have you been wandering far away from the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Have you got religion, Holy Ghost religionB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
Have you heard the message sweet of salvation's joy completeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Have you heard the story of redeeming loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Have you lost your joyous songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
He was wounded for our transgressions (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Hear imperfections call for correctionsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Hear the call for reapers, ringing o'er the land (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Hear the glad tidings now ringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Hear the Lord's call unto us allB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Hear the Savior gently calling you to trust His love todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Heaven is made knownB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Heavenly Father, hear thou meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Here dark shadows fall, dimming lovely dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Here my songs are sometimes sadB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here shadows often dim the dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here sin and darkness abound, but joy and peace shall be foundB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Here the shining hours of light disappear when falls the nightB. B. E. (Author)2
Here the storm clouds gather o'erB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here the way leads through sorrowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here the years by time are measuredB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here we may often suffer lossB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here we meet with troublesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here we mingle, day by day, friend and foe togetherB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
Here we often meet sorrow, cloudsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here we often meet with disappointmentsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here we press along upon the pathway of lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Here, we tell the story of the King of gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Highest praise be unto the Lord, the Ruler of all thingsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Him that cometh unto meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Hold thou my spirit upB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Holy Easter, blessed dayB. B. E. (Author)4
Holy, holy, Lord of hosts, Thy glory we proclaimB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Holy, holy, Mighty King of KingsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Honor and glory to JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Hosts of sin may charge you often hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
How are you treating Christ todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
How I love my Savior, He has done so muchB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
How sweet is the thought, Jesus came to redeemB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
How unspeakable is the wonderful powerRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
How wonderful the love of our LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I am called to meet many dangers hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am feeding on the fruitB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am following my Savior where he leads meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I am glad to say that I have turned away from sinBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
I am glad to tell love's storyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
I am happy every moment since Jesus cameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am happy today for I'm traveling love's wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am longing to see heaven's beautyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am on my way to the land of day (Edmiaston)Mrs. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am on the road to the bright abodeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am pressing along, singingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am pressing right alongB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am redeemed from sin and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am so glad that the Savior cameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am waiting for the coming (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am walking in the beautiful wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I am walking with my Savior and I shareB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I am walking with my Savior, sharingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
I am walking with the Savior (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I dearly love my friends of earthB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I found the living Savior, and cleansing from my sinRev. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have a friend, a precious friend (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have a friend who's leading me hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have a great Redeemer, sent down from heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I have a home that's waiting over yonderB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have a precious Friend who's leading me onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have a wonderful song abiding deep in my soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have been washed in the fountainRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have forsaken sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have found a Friend who redeemed my soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have found a precious Friend indeedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have found the Savior, Jesus, by His favor givenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have heard the gospel story, how Jesus cameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
I have heard the Savior calling, into all the world go yeRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have heard the voice of Christ the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have heard the voice of the blessed ChristB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have joy within, there's no room for sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I have known the love of the Lord aboveRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have left the gloomy valeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have not much time to tarry downB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have started on my journey to that glory landB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have turned from sin to my blessed LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have wandered away from the FatherRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have wandered away from the gracious LordRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I have wandered Away from the Savior and homeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I hear a voice in rosy morning's glowB. B. E. (Author)English2
I long to be with Jesus, who died to set me freeB. B. E. (Author)2
I love to tell to all the wondrous storyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I often think of loving friendsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
I see the shadows beyond earth'sB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I shall leave this world of sadness for a home of peace and gladnessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I sing because the Savior loves meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I sometimes wonder what willB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I travel on the radiant sunpath of loveBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
I turned from darkness into the wondrous light of loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
I used to walk in evil waysB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
I used to walk the paths of sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I wandered far from home, condemned to endless woeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I wandered in sorrow, deep in despairB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I wandered in the night vainlyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I wandered out in sin and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I wandered out in sin's darkness, away from safety and lightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I want to be more like my Savior each dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I want to labor for my SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I want to walk with Christ my Lord every passing dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I was at the old cross kneelingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I was in blindness, away from the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I was in bondage and knew not the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I was lost in sin, wretched and uncleanB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I was wandering in the night of sorrowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I will extol my Lord and KingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I would honor Christ, my SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I would tell to every nationB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
If you have heard the message of loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
If you miss the gates of heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
If you'll open your heartB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'll lift up my voice and sing praiseB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm happy to tell the storyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm happy today with Jesus my KingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm on the road that leads to heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm on the way, the beautiful wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm pressing along, and joiningB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm pressing along, and singing a song of praise to my KingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm rejoicing daily in my Savior's loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I'm sailing on life's restless seaB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I'm sailing on the restless sea of timeB. B. E. (Author)2
I'm striving to live, true serviceB. B. E. (Author)2
In Blindness I wandered onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In drear darkness and danger I wanderedRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In fury the storms of life may blowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In life's bright, rose morningB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In my Father's house in glory (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In my heart a carol is ringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In my heart I hear soft echoes fallingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In my heart ringing, joy to me bringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In my soul I hear my Savior callingB. B. E. (Author)English3
In the awful day of judgmentB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
In the breeze that softly passes byB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In the days of long ago Jesus walked with menB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
In the depths of my soul is planted, faith that's bidding me journey onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In the Father's house, where all is loveRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In the light from aboveRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In the lovely wildwood a melody I hearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In the morning all radiant and fairB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In the peaceful hoursB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In the quietude of home and in the noisy throngB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
In the sigh of the breeze I can hearBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
In the singing of the birds among the treesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
In the way my Savior trodB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
In the whispering breeze, as it sings through the treesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In the wilderness of sin far away from GodB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
In thee, O Lord, I put my trust (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In this life I meet with sorrowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In this life we meet with tribulations as we travel onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In this life with its strife joys are fleetingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
In this world we have sickness and sorrowB. B. E. (Author)English2
In walking the shadowy vales of this worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Into earth's darkness, light gleams from heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Into my heart came gladness, and peace beyond compareB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Into my heart comes a messageB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Into my heart there came sweet peaceB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Into my heart, to my heartB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
Into my life a wondrous changeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Into my life there cameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Into my soul there comes sweet peaceB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Into the garner we gatherB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Into the sky way leads the King's highwayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Is the light of loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Is there a kind loving deedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
It was loving "grace that taught my heart to fear"B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I've a Friend, a precious Friend indeedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English9
I've a glorious heritageB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I've a Savior dear who is with me hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I've a Shepherd who is keeping meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I've a story sweet to tellB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
I've a wonderful FriendB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I've found a Friend who's always truesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
I've friends who've journeyed on aheadRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
I've left the wilderness of sin since ChristB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I've turned from sin and started on the journeyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I've turned from the world and its folliesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
I've volunteered for service with ChristB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
I've wandered in the valley where evil hid the lightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English3
Jesus calls for workers trueB. B. E. (Author)2
Jesus came from glory to die for allB. B. Edmiasten (Author)3
Jesus came from heaven's throne that love's message might be knownB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus died on Calvary, O what wondrous loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Jesus died on the crossB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Jesus died that we through Him might liveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Jesus died upon the cruel cross that fallenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus from glory land came downB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus gives the message of redeeming loveBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Jesus is bidding you come todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus is calling the weary soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus is coming from heaven's throneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Jesus is coming to claim His own, I'll be ready when He comes againB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English3
Jesus is leading me all the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus is speaking, O hearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus is standing near all the whileB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus is tenderly calling todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
Jesus is with me as onward I goB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus, Lord of love and lightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus loves everybodyB. B. E. (Author)English2
Jesus pardoned me from guiltB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus, Prince of gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus said go into all the world and tell the storyRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Jesus, Savior, how I love thee (Edmiaston)B. B. E. (Author)3
Jesus, Savior, shall it beB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus sought me when a stranger, wandering in the deepest gloomB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Jesus, the Master, is callingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus, the Master, now for your help is pleadingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Jesus wants us to shine with light so divineRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
John said the city was just four-squareB. B. E. (Arranger)English1
Joyfully we will keep traveling on, seeking the beautiful goalB. B. E. (Author (Chorus))English2
Joys we meet along this wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Just a few more crosses here to bearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Just a few more days on this earth belowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Just a few more yearsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Just a little while till life is overB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Keep salvation's message ringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Keep the gospel message ringing clearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Kind friends, so dear, we welcome you hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Labor on when the sun is shiningB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lead me on, Thou blessed ChristB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Lead us not into temptation, but from strayingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Leaving my load of sin and sorrow behindB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Let not the troubles of earth bow you downB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Let us come as childrenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Let us remember that our SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Let us sing the gospel of our SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Let's sing again, and not be cross or blueB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lift glad voices and sing praisesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lift me up, Lord From all my sin and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lift up high the bannerB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lift up the gospel banner overB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lift up the shining cross, let it reveal earth's drossB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Lift up the standard now for the SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Lift your heart and your voice in sweet anthems of praiseBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Light is swiftly flyingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Like everyone else I sail life's oceanB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Little deeds of kindness (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Long have I been wandering far from the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Long the world in darkness wanderedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Long your soul has wandering beenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Look away from earthly sorrowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Look not on the things that allure youB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Look up behold the glorious lightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Looking from sorrow over the riverB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lord God of hosts, Be with us stillB. B. E. (Author)2
Lord, I want to work for theeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lord, tune my heart to singB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Losses here we meet appallingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Love brought the Christ from heaven aboveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Love for ages past, supreme over wrongB. B. E. (Author)English2
Love in tenderness has lifted shadows from my eyesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Love speaks in beautiful flowersB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Lovely the flower that blesses all my lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Love's light is shining, for heartsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Make known the gospel newsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Many are groping todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Many dear friends who've walked with me from this world have goneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Marching along with Christ the SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
Marching along with JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Marching 'neath the colors of EmanuelB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Men had no Savior to love themB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Mercy to you the Father has shownB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Mighty the Lord, lasting His word, mighty His strength and grace and loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Mother has been called away to her happy homeB. B. E. (Author)English2
My all I give to Christ, my LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
My Father's own begotten SonB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
My hands a helpful work shall doB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
My loving Savior found meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
My soul is glad todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
My soul is happy every dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
My soul was once in bondageB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Never mind your troubles on your journey hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Night is falling, voices callingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
No one our sins can pardonB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Not by anything that we may doB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Now fades the skylight, the shades of twilightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Now hath passed another dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O come and let us raise a songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O dear mothers, don't weep for your boys so far awayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O faithful soulBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
O hear the voice that speaks from heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O how bright the hours we've spent togetherB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
O how great the love of my Savior and kingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)6
O how I love Jesus he's precious to meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
O how sweet to tell the storyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O how sweet to trustB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O how sweet to walk with JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
O how wonderful the Father's all saving loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
O lift up your eyes, ye people allB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O mother dear, I've missed you since you have been goneB. B. Edmiaston (Arranger)English2
O, precious Savior, hear me nowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O ransomed soul, in sweet accordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O reapers true, there's workB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O sing the news, the gospel newsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O sinner, why tarry awayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O soul, redeemed from sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O we loved the Savior when salvation we first knewB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
O what joy 'tis to meet and to blend our happy voicesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
O what joy to praiseB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O what love the Savior for my soul has shownB. B. Edmiaston, 1882-1955 (Author)5
O what peace and joy the soul may knowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O why are you wandering in sin and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
O wondrous message of salvationBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Oft in silent pensive yearningB. B. E. (Author)English2
Oft the angel of death robes our homeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Often here I meet with careB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Often here we meet with sorrowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
On a hill outside the gate, rugged CalvaryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
On a rugged hill, under heaven's willB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
On the peaceful Sabbath mornB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
On the sea of time, like a vessel, we sailB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
On the upward way, for my needs each dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
On the wings of memory I sailB. B. E. (Author)English2
On this changing road, sharingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I drifted aimlessly away from the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Once I drifted in the lone valley filled with doubt and fearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I wandered from the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Once I wandered here and there, in ways of sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I wandered in sin and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I wandered in sin's darkness, but I've found the light of loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I wandered in the nightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Once I wandered in the wilderness of sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Once I wandered in the winding paths of sinBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Once I wandered lonely in the coldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I was a wanderingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I was blind, now I can seeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I was bound in sin and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Once I was drifting day by day, far from the Savior and His wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I was lost in sin and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I was lost in sin's wildernessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once I was lost in sorrow and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once my life was wounded by sin, dark despairB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Once the human race was groping in the nightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
One by one, our comrades leave usB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
One with God the FatherB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Our days on earth are numberedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Out beyond the shores of timeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)8
Out beyond these mortal barsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Out beyond this worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Out in the wilderness of evil and shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Out in the wilderness, of sin and wickednessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Out of darkest night into sunshine brightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Out of darkness into light, out of sadnessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)6
Out of sin's confusing shadows and away from gloomB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Out yonder, far beyond the lineB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Outside the gate, on Calvary's willB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over all the world there shines a light todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over and over, again and againB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Over and over there comes againB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over hills and valleys Jesus leadsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over my path here the storm clouds may rollB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Over the mountain's rugged wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over the mountains, through the valeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over the world a glad message now ringsBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Over the world a glad song is now ringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over the world a message is ringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over the world, banners unfurledB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over the world there is ringing todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over the world war now ragesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Over topping mountains and filling valleysB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Pilgrims, as you travel this troublesome wayBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Praise Jehovah, loving FatherB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise Jehovah with a songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise the blessed Savior as you go alongB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise the Lord, And bless his name; Christ the SonB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise the Lord in life and songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, praise His nameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise to Jesus Christ the SonB. B. Edmiaston (Author)6
Praise to Jesus keep singing every dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise to the Father, almightyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise with jubilation, praise in every nationB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Praise ye the Lord, sing a new songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Ready the harvest for reapingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Redeeming love in mercy sought meRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Ring on, ye gospel bells, and bid the world rejoiceB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Ringing across the low valleysB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Ringing all day, brightening the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Ringing deep in my soul is a happy songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Roll on, roll onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Safe in His arms, I rest my soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sailing along on the ocean of timeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Seaman, on the ocean of lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Shadows are falling, evening bells callingB. B. E. (Author)English2
Shadows of sorrow drift across noonday sunB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Sigh not for years that are past and goneB. B. E. (Author)2
Silently I ponder as the twilight shadows gatherB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Silvery moonbeams, silent starsB. B. E. (Author)2
Sin had enslaved my lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sin to Eden came, covered man with shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Sin was once deceiving meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Since God is realB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since I gave my heart to Jesus, onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Since I have found the Savior, wonderful joy isB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since I have turned away from sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since I have turned my heart from sin and Christ the Lord abides withinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Since I journey toward heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since I met Jesus, the King, a wondrous carol IB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since I placed my faith in JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since I trust in the Savior to lead meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since I turned away from sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Since I turned from sin and selfish waysB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Since I'm a twice born soul, under the blood made wholeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Since I'm trusting Jesus to lead meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since Jesus came into my lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since Jesus has pardoned me from sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Since the Redeemer came and found me I have been hearing joy bells ringB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Since we turned away from sin we're walkingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sing a cheerful song as onward you journeyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sing on when skies are grayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sing, sing, ransomed sinners, singB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sing, sing, sing your cares awayBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sing the blessed story of redeeming graceB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sing the praise of Jesus, sing it every dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sing with joy a song of gladnessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Singing each day, with gladnessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sky and day and night declare the glory of the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
So much is fleeting in this landB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Soldiers of the heavenly KIng, make the songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Soldiers true are needed to defend the rightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Some day I'll go across the dark stream that separates heaven from this worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Some day we shall sail, freeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Some of these days I'm going awayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
Some wonderful morning bright, when gone are the shadows of nightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Some wonderful time our troubles shall endB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Someone is needing your helpB. B. Edmiaston (Author)8
Someone's rejecting the Savior just nowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sometime my Lord will comeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sometime the path is dark and steepB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sometimes I feel lonelyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sometimes I grow weary, discouraged and blueB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sometimes our load is heavy and the teardrops bedim our wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sometimes rugged is the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sometimes the clouds sweep overB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sometimes we're called to go through dismal vales of woeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Songs of adoration gladly bringB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
Songs of rejoicing to Jesus we're voicingBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Soon our life below shall endB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Soon the trials of this life will all be overB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Soul, by pain and sorrow tried, in the loving Lord confideB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Soul, by sin deluded, wretched, poorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Soul redeemed from sin and woeRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sowing, we're patiently sowingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Speak a word for Jesus everywhere you goB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Stand together in the cause we loveRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Storm beat pilgrim, on life's roadB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sweet the thought, as on I goB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sweeter sing the birds todayRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Sweetly the birds are singing todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Talents, give or two or oneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Tell of salvation free, purchased on CalvaryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Tell the old story sweet, sweet to the lost souls you meetB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Tell the story far and wide, how the Christ was crucifiedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Tell the world about the Savior, show His love and wondrous favorB. B. E. (Author)English2
Tender Shepherd, lead thou usB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The beauty of each fragrant flowerB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The Bible says, so plainB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The carol of love, from heaven aboveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The cherished friends of long ago, and dear ones of recent yearsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The dayspring from on high on us is shiningB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
The depth of love the Father hasB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The Father's own son from the throne aboveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The gates of heaven now stand ajarB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The gates of heaven standB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The grace of friendship is a gift sent from aboveB. B. E. (Author)3
The great martyr Stephen diedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The gushing rillsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The king of glory died for meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The light of love is upon the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Lord has given himselfB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Lord is coming back to earth in gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I see (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The love of the Father for fallen manB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The loving Savior found me desolateB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The morning light dispels the nightBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
The Morning Star sends light afarB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
The praise of Jesus I'm singingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The praise of the Savior singingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The river of music keeps rolling alongBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
The Savior came from gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Savior came from heaven aboveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The Savior came into the world of woeBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
The Savior died to make me freeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Savior is calling nowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Savior is leading all the day longB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
The savior is leading me safely alongB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Savior is my friend divineB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Savior leads me by his loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The Savior said, Go, preach, and teach every nationRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The Savior touched the chordsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Savior who died to redeem us from woeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The shepherds were watching their flockB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The showers of love reviving the soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The souls in sin condemnedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The still small voice makes me rejoiceB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The sun of righteousness is comeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The sunbeams smile on all the earthB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The sunshine of this life is dimmed by sin and strifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
The things that you may have while hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The tide of salvation is rolling onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The tidings of glory are ringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
The weight of our sin no mortal can bearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The wondrous light of the worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
The work of Christ's kingdomB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
The years are swiftly passing byB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There are countless blessings comingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There are countless saints aboveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There are heavy crosses to be borneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
There are many paths in lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There are many urgent voicesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
There are shadows darkB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There are souls all around you who're goingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There are souls who're happy, rejoicingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There comes to my spirit today, a pleasureB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There has come a wonderful changeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is a bright, beautiful way of loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is a cross for eachB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is a glorious conflict raging nowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is a home beyond this worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is a home that's free from sorrowBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
There is a land of never ending dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)6
There is a way that leads the soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There is a wonderful city aboveBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
There is cleansing from all sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is glory in my soul, Jesus has completeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
There is much that we can doB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is music in the treesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is no room for doubtB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is peace from the tempests of this worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is somebody near you now struggling aloneBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
There is something in my soul which keeps the shadows all awayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
There is wonderful joy in serving the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is wonderful peace, there is certainB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is work for earnest toilersB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
There is work for every one to doB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is work for you to do every dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is work for you to do, if to dutyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There is work that each one may do, Jesus calls for me and for youBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
There is work to be doneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is work to do in the Master's fieldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There rings within my heart a songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There will be a happy meetingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a battle raging o'er the landB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There's a beautiful home now preparing for meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a beautiful land where sweet flowers ever bloomB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There's a beautiful land where the flowersB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There's a blessed lightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a call comes ringing down the ages dimeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a call that comes to theeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There's a city bright, eternalB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a cross for me to bear, while travelingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There's a fountain flowing freelyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
There's a fountain open wideB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a great day coming in the by and byB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a happy homeland up in gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a happy song ringing all day longB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a highway leading upward to glory landB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a home of peace and love for meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a land all free from sadnessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a land of delightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a land of perfect peace, where the soul shall find releaseB. B. E. (Author)2
There's a little church that stands onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a lovely garden blooming for meBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
There's a melody that rings within my heartB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
There's a promise in the rainbowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a ringing call unto one and allRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
There's a silvery streamB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a song in my heart, and it never shall departBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
There's a star that's shining brightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a story sweet to tellB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
There's a sweet, yet a sad, wondrous storyRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
There's a telephone to heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
There's a voice enthralling meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a wonderful lifegiving storyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
There's a wonderful song that is thrillingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a wonderful, sweet old storyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's always somethingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's been a changeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's coming a glorious dawningB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's coming a happy day when we shall hear Jesus sayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's nothing that is everlasting hereB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
This world can give no lasting joyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
This world is headquarters for doubtersB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though shadows dark drift over my way and hide the golden sun from viewB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Though the gloomy clouds may dim the noonday sunB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Thou Lord of lords, the morning starB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though I know not where or whenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though life's sorrows round me flowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though our friends of earth we sometimesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though shadows sweep over the pathwayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though sometimes discouraged as I travel on my wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though the clouds be dark and drearyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though we here but dimly seeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Though you may not sing like angelsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though you meet with lossB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Through every day, though rough the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Through night and through wrong we struggle alongB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Through the day the sun gives light and the stars shine all the nightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Through the night drearyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Through the shadows that would bedim the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Thru this sinful land, help me hold Thy handB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Through this world you travel on the winding trailB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Through the eye of faith, Jesus the Savior I seeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
To a little church house gray, standing on a hillB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
To earth from heaven flowsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
To Jesus, the Savior, all honor beB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
To subdue earth's sin and the victory winRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
To the Father's great broadcasting stationBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
To the pleasant Hall of MemoryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Toiling along on the rough and weary roadB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Traveling along life's wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Troubles of earth life may sometimes here befallB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Trudging up the mountainB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Trust in the Lord for He is most highRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Trusting Jesus Christ, my LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Turn our hearts to thee, our SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Twilight, soft the evening chimesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Under the saving blood of CalvaryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Unknown to the world in the manger layB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Unto Christ, the mighty KingB. B. E. (Author)English2
Unto Jesus I am clingingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Unto our Maker bring your gladsome songs of praiseB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Unto Thee, O Lord, I'll render praise with my whole heartB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Unto you the Savior cameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Up the ladder of loveB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Upon the dark and stormy sea we're sailingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Wake, my soul, and praise the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)6
Walking with Jesus each day on the bright glory land wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Walking with Jesus the SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Walking with my Savior, the King of gloryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Walking with the Savior by my sideB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Wanderers help now are needingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Was it for me the Savior came and bore the crossB. B. Edmiaston (Author)7
Way down upon the Swanee riverB. B. Edmiaston (Arranger)2
We are a happy band, gladly we singB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
We are a happy band, Marching to Canaan's landB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are an army strong and trueB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are borne adown the everflowing stream of timeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are children of the Lord (Edmiaston)B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are going forth in battleB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are happy, happy ChristiansB. B. E. (Author)4
We are in a land of shadows, there's wrong on every sideBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
We are marching under the banner of our blessedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are pilgrims below, oft sharing earth's woeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are pilgrims here in a foreign landRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
We are pilgrims in this land, traveling throughB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
We are pressing along with a faith that is strongB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are sailing onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are singing with gladnessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are soldiers of the cross, counting not earth's gain as lossB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are to witness for the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are told that the Savior will come againRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
We are walking now by faith the highwayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We have burdens along this pilgrim wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We have enlisted with the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We have heard the Savior's callB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We have volunteered for JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We know of oneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We loved you so, our darling oneB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We meet together joining in glad praiseB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
We must pass through shadows as we pressB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We often sing the gospel storyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
We praise Thee now, our Father dearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
We sing and teach the gospel, wherever we may goB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We together labor here, in communion deep and dearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Weary pilgrim, look unto the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Weary pilgrim now struggling through the wilderness drearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
Weary pilgrim on the road, though you bend beneath the loadB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Weary pilgrims as you travel on the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We're a band of happy pilgrimsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We're a long way from home, but we can sing praises to the great KingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We're a pilgrim band, marching through the landB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
We're bearing goodly fruits, or barren thorns todayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
We're happy soldiers, every one in lineB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
We're only pilgrims, pilgrimsB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
What a wonderful Savior is JesusB. B. E. (Author (Chorus))English1
What, could ye not watch with me for one hour?B. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When a load of care I am called to bearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When all around us here the sun is shining in his mightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When clouds are hanging lowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When darkening shadows are gathering roundB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When dawns a new morningB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When depressing clouds are gathering over usB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When foes in wrath approach my soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When forces of wrongB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When I am walking shadowed pathwaysB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When I lay my burdens downB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When I read the blessed word of JesusB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
When I think of that city that John saw descendingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When I was bound in sin and shame, Jesus, the ChristB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When I was dead in trespasses and sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When I was lost and wandering in the dismal night of sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When I was lost in deepest shameB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
When I was lost in sin and shame, and wanderingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When I was on the sinking sandB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When I was wandering far away from GodB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When I was wandering in the nightB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
When I would honor my SaviorB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When I'm crushed by pain and careB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When in sin I blindly wanderedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When in the dark night of sorrowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When Jesus speaks to meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When Jesus went away He said He's come to earth againB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
When life's storms around me beatB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When my burdens heavy have grownB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When my soul is tried by sin and woeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
When our hearts are worn and wearyB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
When raging storms around me roll and darknessB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When rough the path or darkB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When skies are dreary all the dayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When sorrows beat upon my soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When storms draw near or foes appearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When temptations try my soulB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
When the bells of time shall ring no moreB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the bright morning earthB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the cares of earth are overB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the clouds hang low, turningB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the day is fair and bright, or when clouds bedim the lightB. B. E. (Author)2
When the dead small and greatB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the golden sun is shining out beyond the western hillsB. B. Edmiaston (Author (Chorus))English2
When the heart is tuned to the chords of loveBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
When the judgment morn is breakingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the labor of the day is overB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When the load would press us downB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the morning breaksB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the morning light is breakingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When the raging winds of griefB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the rosy morning sheds its beauty over land and seaB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When the Savior calls me to go with himB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the Savior came from heavenB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the shades of night around us fallingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the shades of night have vanishedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the shadows gather And life's troublesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
When the sorrows of this worldB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the storms of life are beatingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)1
When the tempests wildly round me ragesB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the tempter throws his forces on the wayB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the twilight's deep shadows have gathers around meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the voice of God shall callB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When the woman of Sychar came to the wellB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the wrongs of earth oppress meB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When twilight shadows fall and heavenly breezes fan my brow B. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When we are discouraged, let us press right onB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When we are weary, burdened with careB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
When we yield our all to the Savior's callB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When we're beaten and crushed beneathB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When we're free from carnal might againB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
When you are weary, your heart bowed downB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
When you have a burden that would press you downB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
When you meet with those who're bowedB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
When you struggle neath your loadB. B. Edmiaston (Author)5
When your path is bright and fairB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
While I am traveling in sorrowB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
While traveling here on the pathway of lifeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
While traveling on earth's rugged mileB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
While traveling on the road down here so often we are prone to fearB. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
While traveling over the deserts of earthB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Who died to save from sinB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Who has died to save us from our sin?B. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Why do you live for earth's treasuresB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Why should a Christian weep or sighB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
With heart and voice I'll praise the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
With the dear Savior leadingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Within my heart there is [there's] a songB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Within my spirit, a song is ringingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Wonderful is Jesus, who died on CalvaryB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Wonderful visions of heaven I seeB. B. Edmiaston (Author)4
Wonderful, wonderful, love of my KingB. B. Edmiaston (Author)3
Working with the blessed Lord, the soul hears music tender and sweetB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
Ye believe in Christ, the LordB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
You are on the ocean wideB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
You have heard the gospelB. B. Edmiaston (Author)2
You may think that you need nothing hereBernard Bates Edmiaston (Author)English2
Your time is coming, friend, my time is coming tooRev. B. B. Edmiaston (Author)English2
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