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L. L. Pickett

Short Name: L. L. Pickett
Full Name: Pickett, L. L. (Leander Lycurgus), 1859-1928
Birth Year: 1859
Death Year: 1928
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Texts by L. L. Pickett (97)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
كلمن ربي قلبيL. L. Pickett (Author)Arabic1
A cry is heard on every handLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
A prodigal weary and sad and aloneLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
A wonderful refuge in Jesus I foundL. L. P. (Author (4th verse))1
Along life's weary walksLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Always be a sunshine ChristianL. L. P. (Author (4th verse))1
Around the throne of God in heaven, His children safely dwellL. L. Pickett (Author)2
At home or away, in the alley or streetLeander L. Pickett (Author)1
At Pentecost the power came downLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Beyond death's sea where the savior callethLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Beyond the golden sunset skyL. L. Pickett (Author (4th vs. and 2nd ref.))1
Brother, you are driftingL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Child of sorrow, child of careL. L. Pickett (Author (3rd verse))1
Come sinner hasten to the crossL. L. Pickett (Author)3
Come weary, heavy laden oneL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Decide, O sinner, for God and rightLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Deeper yet deeper my spirit would goLeander L. Pickett (Author)4
Der Herr regiert und kommet, ja, er kommt baldL. L. Pickett (Author)German2
Everything that life containethL. L. P. (Author)8
Far away across the ocean (Pickett)L. L. Pickett (Author)3
Friends, if we would knowL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Go with me all the way, O LordLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Hark to the call of the best friend of allLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Have you ever felt the powerLeander L. Pickett (Author)English19
Have you felt the Savior's loveL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Hear the bugle sounding loud and clear (Pickett)Leander L. Pickett (Author)3
Hear the word of the SaviorLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
How my heart doth singLeander L. Pickett (Author)3
I am leaning on my SaviorL. L. Pickett (Author)3
I am thinking today of the better landRev. L. L. Pickett (Author)2
I am trusting in my Savior, And He keeps me day by dayL. L. Pickett (Author)3
I came to Jesus with my sinL. L. Pickett (Author)5
I have precious news to tell, hallelujahL. L. P. (Author (4th verse))1
I linger today at the cross of my LordLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
I love Jesus, Hallelujah, for he saves from all sinRev. L. L. Pickett (Author)2
I love my Savior, He's my LordRev. L. L. Pickett (Author)2
If we trust in the LordL. L. Pickett (Author)2
I'll follow thee, Savior, foreverL. L. Pickett (Author)2
I'm resting tonight near the heart of my SaviorL. L. Pickett (Author)2
In Bethlehem a child was bornLeander Lycurgus Pickett, 1859-1928 (Author)English2
In God, the Lord my trust I placeL. L. P. (Author)3
In the heat of conflictL. L. Pickett (Author)2
I've a home far up in heavenLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
I've knocked at your [thy] heart's door oftenL. L. P. (Arranger)1
I've wandered in darkness, in the valley of sinL. L. P. (Author)3
Jesus tasted death for the whole wide worldLeander L. Pickett (Author)3
Just to know all mys sins and transgressions forgivenL. L. P. (Author)1
Like a bird on the deep far away from its nestL. L. P. (Author (4th verse))English1
Like the billows of an oceanL. L. Pickett (Author (vs. 4))1
List to the voices now calling for theeRev. L. L. Pickett (Author)2
Long has my heart its burden feltL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Long mine eyes were drowned in tearsLeander L. Pickett (Author (v. 4))2
Make me a blessing, O Lord, I now prayLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
My heart e'er turns with joy to theeL. L. Pickett (Author)2
My Jesus, as thou wilt, Wherever Thy path may leadL. L. Pickett (Author)English2
Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thee! E'en though it be a crossL. L. Pickett (Author (4th verse))English1
O, Father I know not the path I should choose,L. L. Pickett (Author)3
O Holy Spirit we pray Thee comeL. L. Pickett (Author)2
O how sweet is the joyL. L. Pickett (Author)2
O may my love, dear Lord, to theeL. L. Pickett (Author)2
O sinner, remember, though fair be life's dayLycurgus L. Pickett (Reviser)1
O sinner, why longer in darkness abideL. L. Pickett (Author)2
O tell to all the wondrous loveL. L. Pickett (Author)2
O the wondrous love of Jesus, Matchless, boundlessLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Over all the world our blessed Lord shall reignL. L. Pickett (Author)4
O why are we always so readyL. L. P. (Author (chorus))1
On Christ as corner stoneLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
On ye sable sons of freedomLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Our Lord is calling you and meL. L. Pickett (Author)3
Seek to scatter sunshine all along your wayL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Sing about the blood of JesusL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Sing out the tidings that tell us of JesusLeander L. Pickett (Author)5
Soon Christ shall come to take us homeLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Soon shall the King come in heavenly powerLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Soon the Savior will be comingL. L. P. (Author (4th verse))1
Soon will the heavens openL. L. P. (Author)2
Speak to my soul, dear JesusLeander L. Pickett (Author)63
Sweet is the fount from my Savior's sideLeander L. Pickett (Author)3
The best of all friends is JesusLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
The liquor traffic is a crimeLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
The Lord is risen indeed, HallelujahLeander L. Pickett (Author)English2
The Lord is risen indeed, TriumphantL. L. Pickett (Author)2
There is peace, holy peaceLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
There'll be no dark river and no valley of doubtL. L. P. (Author)English2
There's a message to be toldL. L. Pickett (Author)2
To the nations our Master hath bidden us goRev. L. L. Pickett (Author)7
We are marching on to reach the shining shoreL. L. P. (Author)1
What a day it will be when the Lord shall comeLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
When God has set his judgment throneL. L. Pickett (Author (vs. 4))1
When I saw the cleansing fountainL. L. P. (Author (5th verse))English1
When I see the drunkard reelingLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
When seeking pardon for my guiltL. L. P. (Author)2
When sorrows multiply a-paceLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
When the saints awake in the morn of lifeL. L. P. (Author)4
When wandering on in midnight darknessL. L. Pickett (Author)2
Will there be any stars in my crownLeander L. Pickett (Author)2
Will you come, my friends, to the cross todayL. L. Pickett (Author)2
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