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William Henry Gardner

Short Name: William Henry Gardner
Full Name: Gardner, William Henry

Late 19th Century

Texts by William Henry Gardner (109)sort descendingAsInstances
Angels bright will gather roundWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Around the throne a white robedWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
As the twilight shadows stealWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)4
At the feet of Jesus, I would everWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Blessed Savior of lightWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Boundless as the mighty seaWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Dear Lord, will thou grant peace to meWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Dir, Gott, allein zu traunW. H. Gardner (Author)2
Do you hear the bugle sounding on the hilltopsWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Every heart is fondly hopingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)5
Eyes that are weary with watchingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)5
Father as the day is closingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
From the field and from the worshopWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
From the wilderness he cameWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Gather flowers from the meadowWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Gracious God, thou knowest every human needWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Guide us, dear Jesus, through sunshine and sorryWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
How our hearts will throbWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
I can always trust himWm. H. Gardner (Author)3
I had read the Holy BibleWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
I know a little birdie that sings the whole day longWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
If life is dreary and shadows creep inWm. H. Gardner (Author)3
If 'tis but a cup of waterWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
I'll trust thee, blessed LordW. H. Gardner (Author)3
In grateful praise, to thee we raiseWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
In the arms of Jesus I would be at restWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
In the land where the sunWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Is the way all dark before youWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Is there in your heart a longingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Jesus knows earth's cares and sorrowsWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Life is made of lightsWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Like the glitter of the sunbeamsWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Linger not, the master callsWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Little doubts and fears perplex usWm. H. Gardner (Author)2
Lo the lord of the harvest is comeWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Many are the sad hearts roamingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
My talents are few, dearest MasterWm. H. Gardner (Author)13
Naught we care for fleeting richesW. H. Gardner (Author)2
Not for self, O blessed SaviorW. H. Gardner (Author)2
O could we guide the doingsWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
O for whom are the prizes of lifeWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
O give your alms with cheerfulWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
O thou Rock of agesWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Of all the prayers that upward float [rise]William Henry Gardner (Author)5
Often do my footsteps falterWm. Henry Gardner (Author)2
O the sun shineth bright, and the sky smileth blueWm. H. Gardner (Author)2
On the rocks a ship is driftingWilliam H. Gardner (Author)4
Only a few steps moreWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Onward comes a legionWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Our Redeemer died to save usWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)4
Out into the darknessW. H. Gardner (Author)2
Out of sorrow, cometh gladnessWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Out on the ocean the mad billows tossWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Out on the ocean the storm clouds are gatheringWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Over hill and lofty mountainWm. H. Gardner (Author)3
Over the hill and loftyWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Precious to me is the gospelWm. H. Gardner (Author)2
Rally round the standard, hear the trumpet callWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)8
See the golden bow of promiseWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
See the signal lights are burningWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Shadows, Lord, are fallingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Shout it from the hilltops, shout it from the valleysWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
Sing again the storyWm. H. Gardner (Author)2
Sing his praises all the dayWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Sing in his temple a song of thanksgivingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Sinner, fear not, Jesus loves theeWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
The bells are ringing sweetly from many a steeple towerWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
The King has need of soldiersWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
The Savior is patiently waitingWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
The soldier heeds his captainWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
The vales and fieldsWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
There are angel hosts around usWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
There are heights that frown before usWm. H. Gardner (Author)3
There are lands so full of darknessWm. H. Gardner (Author)4
There is a world where sorrow never comesWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)4
There will be a fairer dawningWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
There will be an end to sorrowWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
There’s a day of judgment coming, And to meet it we should tryWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
There's a voice in the wilderness crying for helpWm. H. Gardner (Author)2
There's rest for you at Jesus' feetWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
Though the clouds are round about youW. H. Gardner (Author)2
Though the night be dark, and no light appearsWm. H. Gardner (Author)3
Though the prospects of the harvestWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Though we are but little childrenWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
Thy will be done, O LordW. H. Gardner (Author)4
Twilight shadows creep upon usWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Vorwärts, vorwärts! bringt zum KleinodW. H. Gardner (Author)2
Vorwärts, vorwärts! dringt zum KleinodW. H. Gardner (Author)2
We all can do something for JesusWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
We are little soldiers, fighting for the rightWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
We are often blindly planningWm. H. Gardner (Author)3
We are soldiers of the MasterWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
We shall hear the angels singingW. H. Gardner (Author)3
Wear not sober facesWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
Weary souls in darkness driftingWilliam H. Gardner (Author)5
When clouds and storms the way make darkWilliam H. Gardner (Author)3
When our fondest hopes are shakenWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
When the glorious sunshine streams alongWm. H. Gardner (Author)2
When the light of hope burns dimlyWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
When the way is bright with sunshineWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)4
When the way is bright with sunshine When the clouds of darkness comeWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
When we go to realms aboveWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
When we reach the other sideWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
When you start upon life'sWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)2
When your heart is troubledWilliam H. Gardner (Author)4
Why not today,why still delayWm. H. Gardner (Author)4
Would you flee from the darkest shadowsWilliam Henry Gardner (Author)3
Yonder on the puple hilltopsWilliam H. Gardner (Author)2
You say there's a Savior that cameWilliam H. Gardner (Author)3
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