H. L. Frisbie

Short Name: H. L. Frisbie
Full Name: Frisbie, Henry L.

Early 20th Century


Texts by H. L. Frisbie (89)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A balm for the way wornH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
A host so vast and numberlessH. L. F. (Author)2
A little longer, wearyH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
A stranger walked with me one dayH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
Are we faithful workers day by dayH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Behold the countless legionsH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Christ is risen from the graveH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
Christ the King of the AgesH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
Drawing near to the port we have sailed for so longH. L. F. (Author)2
Falter not, Christian soldierH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
God is calling, softly and gently callingH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
Hark, why this great commotionH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Have you heard about a meetingH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
Hear the trumpet sounding, forward marchH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
Hear us, our Father, while we prayH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
How precious the promises made in God's wordH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
I am sure that I shall know himH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
I entered the court of the palaceH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
I love the name of Jesus, sweetest of allH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
I now can view that city fairH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
I want to tell the world aroundH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
I'm on business for Jesus, my Lord and KingH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
In my heart a song is swelling like a mighty seaH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
In the narrow path to the goldenH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
In thy hands, my loving SaviorH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
I've a beautiful home overH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
I've left the lowland shadows deepH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
Jerusalem, so bright and fairH. L. Frisbie (Author)8
Jesus has launched the lifeboatH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Lift up his standard, royal honors bringH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Like the mighty voice of many watersH. L. Frisbie (Author)English4
Never a sorrow, a grief or a tearH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
No mortal eye that land hath seenH. L. Frisbie (Author)21
Not grace for tomorrow, not grace for to dieH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
O hear the sweet voice of the SaviorH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
O thou, enthroned in worlds aboveH. L. Frisbie (Author)8
Oh, ye gates of the Golden CityH. L. Frisbie (Author)1
Preach the gospel of the KingdomH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Ringing, joyfully ringing the golden bells of peaceH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
See the banner unfurledH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
See the gathering of the nationsH. L. Frisbie (Author)5
Send the light, O blessed SaviorH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Since I gave myself to Jesus, all my lifeH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Some day, yes, some sweet dayH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Soon there'll be a glorious morningH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
The cleansing blood is all my pleaH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
The happy day I'll not regretH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
The night is long, the stormsH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
The night is wild, and cloudlandH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
The peace bells are ringingH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
The songs my gentle mother sangH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There are songs surcharged with sorrowH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There is a port, so brightH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There is room for all to laborH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There is someone out on the waves tonightH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There will be no night in the golden cityH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
There'll be glory over yonder by the crystal seaH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There's a call for reapers in the fields todayH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
There's a cross by the waysideH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There's a crown in the landH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
There's a narrow way that leads to GodH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
These are the songs the ransomed singH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
These many days mid storm and rainH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
Though not ours to move the world with songH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
To the uttermost, uttermost wonderful wordH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
Toiling along the King's highwayH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
Waiting toiling, gleaningH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
We are out on a wide stormy oceanH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
We are out on the wide stormy oceanH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
We are pilgrims seeking a cityH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
We are under marching orders, against the hosts of sinH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
We onward press through this vale of tearsH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
We stand where Jordan's waves divideH. L. Frisbie (Author)5
We would not seek, with God our friendH. L. Frisbie (Author)4
Whatever thou doest, O man yet unsavedH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
When by faith I saw my Savior on the cross of CalvaryH. L. Frisbie (Author)3
When the Lord of the vineyard is callingH. L. F. (Author)2
When the roll is called in heaven and the vastH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
When we finish all our warfareH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
When you pass beyond the riverH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
When you pass the dear old homesteadH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Where the choir celestial sweetly singH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Wherever my pathway of duty leadsH. L. Frisbie (Author)8
While nature welcomes in the dayH. L. Frisbie (Author)11
Who are these arrayed in robesH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Why should I strive for earthly thingsH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Wondrously saved by a power divineH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Would you make your joy completeH. L. Frisbie (Author)2
Yes, every cloud has a silver sideH. L. Frisbie (Author)6
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