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John A. McClung

Short Name: John A. McClung
Full Name: McClung, John A.
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Texts by John A. McClung (49)sort descendingAsInstances
A man of God plead for my soulJohn A. McClung (Author)2
A mother's love is not surpassedJohn A. McClung (Author)3
Alone I wandered in sin and in shameJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Can't you hear the gospel bellsJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Earthly homes are often torn asunderJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Every sin of every nationJohn A. McClung (Author)5
Have you treasured up what will be your ownJohn A. McClung (Author)3
He gave his head to wear a thorn crownJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Here I am burdened down with careJohn A. McClung (Author)2
I have a home up thereJohn A. McClung (Author)2
I know I want a heavenly homeJohn A. McClung (Author)2
I know that on some morningJohn A. McClung (Author)2
I will serve my loving MasterJohn A. McClung (Author)2
If every dirty deed you've doneJohn A. McClung (Author)2
If I have mistreated someone on the wayJ. A. M. (Author)8
If you have burdens todayJohn A. McClung (Author)3
If you want the Lord to save your soulJohn A. McClung (Author)2
I'm so glad that I found a SaviorJohn A. McClung (Author)2
I've been redeemed by the blood of JesusJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Judgment is surely coming, Coming to you and meJohn A. McClung (Author)6
King of heaven, the great CommanderJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Let us tell to the world of salvation's storyJohn A. McClung (Author)2
On life's ocean I am sailing (Benton)John A. McClung (Author)1
Out upon the raging sea a ship was crossingJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Over in glory shouting the storyJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Since the Savior sought and found me, and heJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Sing a song of gladness, it will banish sadnessJohn A. McClung (Author)1
Soon the call will come to allJohn A. McClung (Author)2
The angels are singing to Jesus aboveJohn A. McClung (Author)2
There are souls in darknessJohn A. McClung (Author)2
There is hope beyond this vale of tearsJohn A. McClung (Author)4
There's a day that's brightJohn A. McClung (Author)2
There's a hope beyond this valeJohn A. McClung (Author)2
There's an eye watching youJohn A. McClung (Author)2
This earthly highway that we travel belowJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Though clouds hang low todayJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Though temptations and trials pressJohn A. McClung (Author)2
Through the darkness or lightJohn A. McClung (Author)2
To the old cross I'm clingingJohn A. McClung (Author)2
What makes the world more brighterJohn A. McClung (Author)2
When I am sinking as Peter of oldJohn A. McClung (Author)2
When Jesus comes and calls for meJohn A. McClung (Author)3
When the stars begin to fallJohn A. McClung (Author)3
When the time shall come for the dead to riseJohn A. McClung (Author)2
When time shall come for my leavingJohn A. McClung (Author)22
While here below there's trouble and strifeJohn A. McClung (Author)4
While I travel through this world of woeJohn A. McClung (Author)2
While I'm standing here and gazing into skiesJohn A. McClung (Author)2
With an eye of faith I view that landJohn A. McClung (Author)7
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