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Texts by J. W. Payte (33)sort descendingAsInstances
As I travel on through this pilgrim landJ. W. Payte (Author)2
As we travel along through this pilgrim landJ. W. Payte (Author)3
Hallelujah, I am heaven boundJ. W. Payte (Author)3
How wonderful is JesusJ. W. Payte (Author)2
I do not know just what awaits meJ. W. P. (Author)2
I'm going over yonderJ. W. Payte (Author)3
In a little while we'll see the SaviorJ. W. Payte (Author)2
In the glory of our Savior's smileJ. W. Payte (Author)2
I've a mother over yonderJ. W. Payte (Author)3
John saw that holy cityJ. W. Payte (Author)2
Lonely days sometimes I'm almost to the groundJ. W. Payte (Author)1
Lord, I want my lamp to brightly shineJ. W. Payte (Author)2
My house is buillt on a firm foundationJ. W. Payte (Author)2
My Lord suffered, bled, and diedJ. W. Payte (Author)2
O glory be to my Savior's nameJ. W. Payte (Author)2
Our dear Lord died to make us freeJ. W. Payte (Author)2
Out in the lowland of sorrowJ. W. Payte (Author)2
The gates will stand ajar for meJ. W. Payte (Author)2
There are mansions grand up above, I'm toldJ. W. Payte (Author)2
There is a city of wondrous beautyJ. W. Payte (Author)2
There is a land far beyond this vale of tearsJ. W. P. (Author)2
There is no friend on earthJ. W. Payte (Author)2
There'll be no night in heavenJ. W. Payte (Author)2
Through the storm, through the rainJ. W. P. (Author)2
We are traveling onward to that portJ. W. Payte (Author)2
We're going home, no more to roamJ. W. Payte (Author)3
What a happy day, that day will beJ. W. Payte (Author)2
When billows dark around me rollJ. W. Payte (Author)7
When labors of earth are pastJ. W. Payte (Author)2
When storm clouds dark sweep o'er my soulJ. W. Payte (Author)3
When troubles come and heartachesJ. W. Payte (Author)2
When we come to the ending of this life's journeyJ. W. Payte (Author)2
When we see the Savior, Jesus coming againJ. W. P. (Author)2
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