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J. H. Leslie

Short Name: J. H. Leslie
Full Name: Leslie, J. H.
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Texts by J. H. Leslie (14)sort descendingAsInstances
Come to the Savior today, Why will youJ. H. Leslie (Author)2
Come to the Savior today, Why will you farther roamJ. H. Leslie (Author)3
Hear the voice of Jesus calling, lo, the fields areJ. H. Leslie (Author)2
In disobeying God, our parentsJ. H. Leslie (Author)2
Jesus, full of love and mercyJ. H. Leslie (Author)3
Jesus, gentle Shepherd, hear our songs of praiseJ. H. Leslie (Author)9
Lead me safely on by the narrow wayJ. H. Leslie (Author)27
Purer yet and purer, I would be in mindJ. H. Leslie (Author)2
Savior, draw me near to TheeJ. H. Leslie (Author)1
Sinner, come to Jesus, come without delayJ. H. Leslie (Author)1
Trip lightly over troubleJ. H. Leslie (Author)2
Welcome, day of sweetJ. H. Leslie (Author)2
What though all my earthlyJ. H. Leslie (Author)2
When sore oppressed with grief and careJ. H. Leslie (Author)5
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