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Walter E. Edmiaston

Short Name: Walter E. Edmiaston
Full Name: Edmiaston, Walter Elmore, 1887-1982
Birth Year: 1887
Death Year: 1982

Born: March 3, 1887, Baxter, Arkansas.
Died: February 24, 1982, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Buried: Sunnylane Cemetery, Del City, Oklahoma.


Texts by Walter E. Edmiaston (54)sort descendingAsInstances
All of my life the Savior has guidedWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
As you go through life, mid the care and strifeWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Beautiful mansions are aboveWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Blessed Redeemer who saves my soulWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
Come, rejoicing in the love of ChristWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Come to the cleansing fountWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Days may seem long, life have no songWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Dear Savior, to thee, nowWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
Four million khaki-clad boys so trueWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Friends, we now offer a tribute of songWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Glory songs are ringingWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Hark, sinner, hear the Savior calling youWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
I am going to a better countryWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
I am in the King's highwayWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
I found Jesus at Mount CalvaryWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have a blessed Savior who doth keep my soulWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
I have loved ones who've gone on to heavenWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
I know my Savior, who died for meWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
I love to sing the songs, my mother used to singWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
I want to be more like my Savior each dayWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)1
I was sinking down in sin's shifting sandWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)4
I'm nearing the end of life's journeyWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
In God's country up in heavenWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
In that city eternal, far beyond the starry skyWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
In thy presence, Lord, I kneelWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
Let not earthly cares confound youWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
Loved ones in heaven are waitng for meWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
My Savior holds me by the handWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
O how often I think of the loved ones goneWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
Once I was lost, by sin undoneWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Ready, ready, fighting for the rightWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
Sometimes the path may rugged beWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Sunshine and shadow we meet on life's wayWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
The pilgrim's pathway now I treadWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
The Savior's life was given, that manWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
The time has come when we singers must partWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
There is a land of pure delight (Edmiaston)Walter E. Edmiaston (Author)1
There's a light that shines with brightnessWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a song in my heart I am singing todayWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's a telephone to heavenW. E. Edmiaston (Author)3
There's been glory in my soulWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
There's no other Friend so true, as JesusWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Though the way seems rough to the other goalWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
To Jesus I am clinging, and of his graceWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Try to be happy every dayWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
We all have made mistakes in lifeWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
We are soldiers in the army, of our blessed LordWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
What a friend we have in Jesus, Mother used to singWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the cares of this life have all vanishedWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
When the Savior calls for meWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
When the Savior comes from heavenWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)3
When the Savior died upon the treeWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
When troubles come and sorrows deep o'er-take youWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
Why did the Father in heavenWalter E. Edmiaston (Author)2
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