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James Callaway Midyett

Short Name: James Callaway Midyett
Full Name: Midyett, James Callaway
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Texts by James Callaway Midyett (43)sort descendingAsInstances
A farmer came his grief to showJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
A mighty hymn of victory was sungJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
A mighty hymn of victory was sung outsideJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
All the world was in darknessJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
As the train speeds across the bridgeJames Callaway Midyett (Author)3
At the feet of Jesus sittingJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Beneath life's hillJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Brought unto Jesus by powerRev. J. C. Midyett (Author)2
Drifting away on the out going tideJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Eternal Father, mighty King, we worshipJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Father divine, whose deathless loveJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
He called for his own from his father's handJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
He knows when fortune failsJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
Here is a message to declare, grace is freeJames Callaway Midyett (Author)6
High seated on the great white throneJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Ho reapers for eternity arouseJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Ho reapers for eternity arouse you one and allJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
I am glad to read of a fairer climeJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
I have read of a city of jasper and goldJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
I shall hear there the songJames Callaway Midyett (Author)7
I'll not fear whate'er may betide meJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
I'm longing to look on that glorious sightJames Callaway Midyett (Author)3
I'm quickened by the SpiritJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Is there anyone to help us with our heavy loadJames Callaway Midyett (Author)3
I've a letter from my Father in my hand, which the Holy SpiritJames Callaway Midyett (Author)6
John was called from the fisher's netJames Callaway Midyett (Author)3
O the earth will be quakingJames Callaway Midyett (Author)3
O who can take my sins awayJames Callaway Midyett (Author)5
On the railway of redemption from this worldJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Praise waiteth for thee, O GodJames Callaway Midyett (Author)6
See the faithful shepherd seekingJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
So great a salvationJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
The boys of today, so active and strongJames Callaway Midyett (Author)6
The Captain of salvation, now callsJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
The mountains before me are steepJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
The whole world was in darknessJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
There springs a stream of precious bloodJames Callaway Midyett (Author)5
There's a word that is ringing through this ruined worldJames Callaway Midyett (Author)4
This the crown of all the promises recordedJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Though the clouds come nighJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
Time is naught but a fitful gleamJames Callaway Midyett (Author)3
We have seen the Savior comingJames Callaway Midyett (Author)7
We've met today in the name of our LordJames Callaway Midyett (Author)2
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