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Helen Griggs

Short Name: Helen Griggs
Full Name: Griggs, Helen
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Texts by Helen Griggs (15)sort descendingAsInstances
Gone, gone, gone, gone! Yes, my sins are goneHelen Griggs (Author)3
He lives who once was deadHelen Griggs (Author)2
I Know I'm saved, for my sins are washedH. G. (Author)2
I love Jesus, He loves me, Whould'nt I then thankful beH. G. (Author)2
I'm happy, so happy in Jesus today, A new heart He gave meHelen Griggs (Author)2
It was alone that Jesus suffered in GethsemaneHelen Griggs (Author)2
Leaving his splendor in heaven aboveHelen Griggs (Author)2
Let not your weary heart be troubledHelen Griggs (Author)2
My sins were as many as the sands of the seaH. G. (Author)2
O get ready for Christ's coming in the skyHelen Griggs (Author)2
O hark, to the soundHelen Griggs (Author)2
Of all the love that man has knownHelen Griggs (Author)2
Weary soul, do not despairHelen Griggs (Author)3
When the storm clouds round you gatherHelen Griggs (Author)2
When your heart is burdened down with griefHelen Griggs (Author)2
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