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W. H. Luckenbach

Short Name: W. H. Luckenbach
Full Name: Luckenbach, W. H.
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Texts by W. H. Luckenbach (10)sort descendingAsInstances
Because of all the hosts of lightRev. W. H. Luckenbach (Author)2
Christ is all in all to me, More than vaults of goldRev. W. H. Luckenbach (Author)5
Do thy duty, though a crossW. H. Luckenbach (Author)2
He shall gather, kindly gatherRev. W. H. Luckenbach (Author)2
No sweeter song is heard on earthW. H. Luckenbach (Author)5
O this is joy indeed, When from the earth we've soaredW. H. Luckenbach (Author)4
O'er all the earth with fatal sweepW. H. Luckenbach (Author)3
On this auspicious dayW. H. Luckenbach (Author)3
To thee, O Lamb of GodW. H. Luckenbach (Author)4
What art thou doing for JesusW. H. Luckenbach (Author)6
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