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William Fletcher McCauley

Short Name: William Fletcher McCauley
Full Name: McCauley, W. F. (William Fletcher), 1858-
Birth Year: 1858
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Texts by William Fletcher McCauley (60)sort descendingAsInstances
Again a new baby we welcome todayW. F. M. (Author)2
At the holy Sabbath'sWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
By grace are ye saved through faithWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)3
By thy grace we meet to praiseW. F. M. (Author)2
Come to me, my SaviorWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Deep in my heart's a gardenWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Ere we part, our Father's blessingWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Fainthearted be neverWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
For Christ and the church our songs we raiseW. F. M. (Author)3
From choirs redeemed in realms aboveW. F. Mc. (Author)3
Gathered once moreWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Glory, glory, in the highest gloryWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Going forth with gladness, naught to waken sadnessW. F. McCauley (Author)1
Hail, O hail, young ChristianW. F. McCauley (Author)3
Hear the heavens ring, HallelujahWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)3
Here we raise our thankful voicesWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
I heard once a story of joy and loveW. F. M. (Author)6
I love this world so beautifulWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)3
I will trust thee O Savior divineW. F. McCauley (Author)2
Jesus is risen, VictorWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Lord, I have wandered from the straight, true pathW. F. McCauley (Author)2
Lord, we adore theeWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Love the Bible, blessed bookW. F. McCauley (Author)3
My gifts I bring to theeW. F. McC. (Author)1
My God reveals himselfWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
My heart has a burden of joyWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
My Savior is my FriendWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Now the glow of life's fair sun fadesWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
O Christian, a watchword we bring you todayW. F. McCauley (Author)7
O hear the bells so sweetlyWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
O my Savior bids me wait a little whileWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)3
O Savior, gentle SaviorWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
O wondrous love, O divine love, For I am hisWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)4
O how can I reach the wandererW. F. McCauley (Author)3
Onward is our war cryWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Our songs will we singW. F. M. (Author)2
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, O praise his name foreverWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Rejoicing we singWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Sad memory dreams of other daysWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Sing of God's own sunlightWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Sinner, drifting on life's ocean, in the port ofWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Sweet peace of God the aged knowW. F. McCauley (Author)2
The Lord is risen, Come, lift your happy voicesW. F. McCauley (Author)2
The sayings of Jesus are purestW. F. McCauley (Author)2
The smiling face of natureWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
There is one God, who made the earth and skyWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
There were three gay young politiciansWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
There is a light upon our wayW. F. McCauley (Author)2
There's a work that we must doWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
They tell us the fields are readyWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)5
Together we meet in loveWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
We are gleaners in life's harvestWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
We come as little messengersW. F. McCauley (Author)7
We meet again, with grateful heartsW. F. M. (Author)2
We rise from rest our toilW. F. M. (Author)2
We welcome you with songs todayW. F. McC. (Author)6
Weary with want and sinWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)3
We'd cherish and helpWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)2
Weeping disciples sadly greetW. F. McCauley (Author)2
When once the sinful maze I trodWilliam Fletcher McCauley (Author)5
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