J. D. Eller

Short Name: J. D. Eller
Full Name: Eller, J. D.

Early 20th Century


Texts by J. D. Eller (37)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Are you lost in night and sinJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Father is gone to the kingdomJ. D. Eller (Author)2
For you and me awaitsJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Hark, the blessed Savior's callingJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Hasten down to the Gospel stationJ. D. Eller (Author)English2
Hungry, distressed, wearyJ. D. Eller (Author)2
I long was tossed upon the waveJ. D. Eller (Author)2
I sometimes wonder where that sweetJ. D. Eller (Author)2
I soon must leave this earthlyJ. D. Eller (Author)2
I will sing of Christ, my SaviorJ. D. Eller (Author)2
I'm on the way, I'm saved at lastJ. D. Eller (Author)2
I've a mother up in heaven (Eller)J. D. Eller (Author)2
Lost upon the oceanJ. D. Eller (Author)2
My sins are forgiven, I'm strivingJ. D. Eller (Author)2
O poor, lost and dying soulJ. D. Eller (Author)2
O the pain that Jesus boreJ. D. Eller (Author)2
O thou Lord of loveJ. D. Eller (Author)2
O wanderer on the mountainsJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Often I wonder if in judgmentJ. D. Eller (Author)2
On the cross of Calvary My Redeemer died for meJ. D. Eller (Author)English2
Praise the Lord, I'm fully savedJ. D. Eller (Author)3
Pressing along I am a pilgrimJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Rouse, O Christians, one and allJ. D. Eller (Author)3
Sleeper, awake, ariseJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Sweet are the promises of JesusJ. D. Eller (Author)2
There is soon to be a meetingJ. D. Eller (Author)2
There soon will come a better dayJ. D. Eller (Author)2
There's a home of love glowingJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Though now I dwell upon earth's shoreJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Though the burdens of lifeJ. D. Eller (Author)2
To the battle field now forward goJ. D. Eller (Author)2
Trials often mark the pathwayJ. D. Eller (Author)2
We're a band of little pilgrims (Eller)J. D. Eller (Author)2
When I shall stand before the throneJ. D. Eller (Author)3
When shall I stand before thy throneJ. D. Eller (Author)2
When that awful day of the LordJ. D. Eller (Author)2
When the shades of night have vanishedJ. D. Eller (Author)1
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