Minnie A. Greiner-Edington

Short Name: Minnie A. Greiner-Edington
Full Name: Greiner-Edington, Minnie A. (Minnie Alvina) 1859-1942
Birth Year: 1859
Death Year: 1942
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Texts by Minnie A. Greiner-Edington (48)sort descendingAsInstances
A little while the cross to bearMinnie A. Greiner (Author)4
All that thou hast is the figt of the LordMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
Art thou weary of thy sinsMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
As birds to the mountainsMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Busy little gleaners we In the grain-fields of our KingMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
Carol, carol, carol, carol ye with gleeMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Children's Day, Children's Day, hail with joyMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
Come, ye who love the children's KingMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
From east to west we hear a joyous shoutMinnie A. Greiner Edington (Author)4
Hallelujah, hallelujah, Shout aloud, ye sons of menMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)4
He rests, upon his pallid browMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
How jubilant and clear they ringMinnie A. Greiner (Author)3
I shall see him in his beautyMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
I will walk with him in his garden fairMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Jesus died and lives againMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Jesus is my Shepherd, I'm his little lambMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
Jesus is seeking the lost ones, out in the mountainsMinnie Greiner-Edington (Author)1
Jesus is seeking the lost onesMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
Jesus is tenderly calling todayMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
Knocking, gently knockingMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Lift no more the wailing cryMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
Lift up your jubilant voicesMinnie A. Greiner (Author)3
Lift up your voice with strength and gladnessMinnie E. G. Edington (Author)2
Lo in the light I am walkingMinnie A. Greiner Edington (Author)2
Not far from the kingdom of light and joyMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
O, Christ is the Shepherd so tenderMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
O happy bells of Eastertide Proclaim the news and wideMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
O holy morn! O happy day!Minnie A. Greiner (Author)2
O praise the Lord, his name adoreMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
O wonderful, wonderful tidingsMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
O’er Judah’s plain; there fell a strainMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
Praise the Lord of heaven, Praise him, dusky nightMinnie A. G. Edington (Author)2
Remember thy Creator (Greiner-Edington)Minnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Soldiers true and loyal in the service of the LordMinnie A. Greiner Edington (Author)2
Sweetly the Savior speaksMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
The bells in the steeple are chimingMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
The morning breezes whispered lowMinnie A. Greiner (Author)3
There is joy among the angels Round the great white throne aboveMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
'Tis Children's Day, Away withMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Unto my father's house on highMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
We are busy little gleanersMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
We love to read the BibleMrs. Minnie A. Greiner Edington (Author)2
Welcome, holy morning, when the SaviorMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
When Jesus to JerusalemMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
When Zion's King in triumph rodeMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Whene'er I hear the Christmas bellsMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)3
With joy now hasten weMinnie A. Greiner-Edington (Author)2
Ye bells, ye bells, ye happy bellsMinnie A. Greiner (Author)2
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