J. Wakefield MacGill

J. Wakefield MacGill
Short Name: J. Wakefield MacGill
Full Name: MacGill, J. Wakefield
Birth Year: 1829
Death Year: 1902
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Texts by J. Wakefield MacGill (16)sort descendingAsInstances
耶穌已愛我,奇妙的救主!(Yēsū yǐ ài wǒ, qímiào de jiù zhǔ!)J. Wakefield MacGill (Author)2
All, all to Jesus, I consecrate anewJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)1
Came He to Bethlehem's mangerJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)2
Coming, coming, yes, they areJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)38
Ev'ry step with Jesus Thus we love to goJ. Wakefield MacGill, 1829-1902 (Author)3
Hear the wail across the seaJ. Wakefield MacGill, 1829-1902 (Author)4
It pleased the Lord to bruise his only Son on CalvaryJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)4
Jesus has loved me, wonderful SaviorJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)40
Jesus hath loved me, wonderful SaviorJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)2
Lord, Thou hast gone two thousand yearsJ. Wakefield MacGill, 1829-1902 (Author)3
Love divine—a theme for praisingJ. W. MacGill (Author)2
My heart was oppressed with the burden of sinJacob Wakefield MacGill, 1829-1902 (Author)2
Sing me the song that tells of JesusJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)2
There is a place of rest, The sweetest and the bestJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)2
There is something strangely tenderJ. Wakefield MacGill (Author)3
There's peace that passes tellingJ. W. MacGill (Author)2
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