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Charles Walker Ray

Short Name: Charles Walker Ray
Full Name: Ray, Charles Walker, 1832-1917
Birth Year: 1832
Death Year: 1917

Rv Charles Walker Ray DD USA 1832-1917. Born at Otselic, NY, he became a Baptist minister. He was educated at Hamlton College, Clinton, NY. He earned his doctorate from Monongahela College, Jefferson, PA. That school closed in 1894. He pastored at North Stonington, CT, for a number of years. He also served at Plymouth, NY. He married Julia Tracy Sheffield, and they had a son, Arthur. He wrote a number of books and song books: “Grace Vernon Bussell, the heroine of western Australia” (1878); “Spicy breezes” (1883); “The day school crown” (1892); “The revival helper: a collection of songs for Christian work and worship” (1893); “Bright blossoms of song” (1895); “Zion’s delight” (1901); “The song of songs of the King and his bride-an interpretation” (1913); “The fallacies and vagaries of misinterpretation” (1914). He died at Philadelphia, PA.

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Texts by Charles Walker Ray (351)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A darling child lay dyingC. W. R. (Author)English5
A few more days or fleeting yearsCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
A gracious form, Amidst the stormCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
A helper of my Savior I'd beCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
A little while to gather flowersC. W. R. (Adapter)English1
A loved one has gone with the Savior to beC. W. Ray (Author)English2
A sailor boy lay dyingC. W. R. (Author)English2
A song, a song to the crystal springCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Adrift on life's tempestuous seaC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Ah the wrongs that might be rightedCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
All glory to the Savior's name, For us once crucifiedCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
All hail, all hail to ChristCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
All hail the bright and beautiful mornCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
All the wide world for our Savior and LordCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Alone! from heaven descendingC. W. Ray (Author)English2
America, land of sweet story and songC. W. Ray (Author)English3
An aged saint lay dyingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
An open Bible for the world, For rich and poor, for great and smallCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Art thou tempted and triedC. W. Ray (Author)English6
As a distant strain of musicC. W. Ray (Author)English1
As the doves to their windows when dark grows the skyC. W. Ray (Author)English4
Beautiful eyes are the eyesCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Beautiful home, home of the blestCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Beautiful the dawningCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Behold the Lamb of Calvary, The bloody cross on which He diesCharles Walker Ray (Author)English8
Better, far better than mansions of easeC. W. R. (Author)English2
Blessed Book and sacred boonCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Blessed Jesus, we adore TheeCharles Walker Ray (Author)English5
Blessed Savior, here we gatherCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Blessed Savior, to Thy gloryC. W. R. (Author)English2
Blest Redeemer, let the childrenC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Bravely go forth in defense of the rightCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Bright blossoms of beautyCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Bright buttercups and daisiesCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
By Satan once a captive ledC. W. Ray (Author)English2
By sweetest calm of wildest stormCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Can a little, sinful child like meCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Can the mighty God above usCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Can you tell how many birdiesCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Closer than a brother is the Savior that we loveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Come and join the royal bandCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Come weary sinner in thy woeCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Dark the night of bitter weepingC. W. R. (Author)English3
Dear Jesus great ShepherdCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Dear Lord in dark GethsemaneC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Dear Savior, guide my little feetCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Dear Savior, Redeemer, adorable LordC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Dear Shepherd of Zion, it oft hath been toldC. W. R. (Author)English4
Do something, yes, something with each passing hourC. W. Ray (Author)English4
Don't say it, don't say it, dear neighborCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Ever thrillingly sweet is the storyCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Every springtime seems callingCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Faithful remain to thy Savior and KingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Farewell, farewell, the parting time has comeCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Father of mercies and of loveCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Floating across from the other sideC. W. Ray (Author)English3
For heavenly heirs our Lord preparesCharles Walker Ray (Author)English5
For the bud and the bloomCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
For thee, my soul, for thee, for theeC. W. Ray (Author)English2
From scenes of sorest needCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Gathering in the harvest for JesusCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Gathering in the harvest, From valley, and hill and plainCharles Walker Ray (Author)English9
Go, ye children of lightC. W. Ray (Author)English11
Go ye to sad GethsemaneCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
God never would lead in the darknessC. W. R. (Arranger)English1
Grandly the people are risingCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Grant us, Lord, Thine own indwellingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Father, while we this service closeRev. C. W. Ray (Author)English4
Guard them and guide them, the dear little feetC. W. R. (Author)English2
Hail, all hail, ye servants of the LordCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Hail with rejoicings the blest Sabbath dayC. W. Ray (Author)English4
Happy hurrah, for virtueCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Hast thou by burdens sore oppressedC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Have you heard the sweet story of Jesus King of gloryCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Hear the voice of entreatyC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Hear ye not the Savior calling, Gently calling after thee?Charles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Heed ye not the lengthening shadowsC. W. Ray (Author)English4
Heirs of God with Christ our KingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English7
Here again with joyCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Here are two, only twoCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Holy Father, from the skiesC. W. Ray (Author)English4
Holy Savior, sovereign LordCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Holy Spirit bless and guide meCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Hopefully, trustfully, Jesus, I would bowCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
How changeful is life's wayC. W. Ray (Author)English3
How may we hope life eternal to winCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
How shall I live that my life may be tellingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
How still was the night while the shepherds were dreamingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
How sweet the music of His nameCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
How wonderful, wonderful is the dear nameCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
I am saved, and Jesus loves meC. W. Ray (Author)English3
I am saved from the curse of transgressionCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
I am saved from the sin that enthralled meCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
I gladly would be like a Christmas bellCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
I have found a sweet peaceC. W. Ray (Author)English2
I have had the sweetest dreamsC. W. Ray (Author)English3
I have sweetest rest in JesusC. W. R. (Author)English3
I have two little hands, which the LordCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
I have two little hands, which the Lord hath givenCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
I love my blessed Savior, because he first loved meCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
I love my dear RedeemerCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
I soon shall reach the promised landCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
I will bless the Lord who sought meC. W. Ray (Author)English2
I will praise Thee, precious SaviorCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
I will sing of my Savior who suffered for meC. W. Ray (Author)English2
I will sing of the mercies of the Lord, All His goodness I will hasten to proclaimC. W. Ray (Author)English6
I would be a rosebud fairCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
I would be bright as the brightestCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
I'm redeemed by Jesus' bloodC. W. Ray (Author)English3
In chains at death's dark door I layCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
In his wondrous love the Savior long agoC. W. R. (Author)English3
In Jesus I found a balm for every woundC. W. Ray (Author)English7
In my soul a flame is kindledC. W. Ray (Author)English3
In our Father's house, there are mansions brightCharles Walker Ray (Author)English6
In the gloomy garden of GethsemaneC. W. Ray (Author)English5
In the palace of the kingCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
In the twilight grayCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
In the wilderness drearyCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Is it nothing to you that the curse of strong drinkC. W. Ray (Author)English3
It was the night beforeCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
It was through riches of His saving graceC. W. Ray (Author)English2
I've kindred and friends who are dearCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Jerusalem how fair and brightCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Jesus, Advocate with GodC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Jesus all my grief is sharing [bearing]Charles Walker Ray (Author)English17
Jesus at the door is pleadingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Jesus, can a sinful childCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Jesus evermore is calling, Gently calling "Follow Me!"C. W. R. (Author)English7
Jesus, guide my little feetC. W. Ray (Author)English5
Jesus, help a sinful childCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Jesus, I am but a childCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Jesus, I would follow TheeCharles Walker Ray (Author)English5
Jesus is waiting, waiting in sorrowCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem came, Born in a manger to sorrow and shameC. W. R. (Alterer)English1
Jesus now is interceding, In His wondrous wealth of loveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Jesus, our Savior, Sovereign HeadC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Jesus, Savior, am I thineCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Jesus, Savior, I am waitingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Jesus, Savior, meek and lowlyC. W. R. (Author)English3
Jesus, Savior, tender ShepherdC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Jesus tenderly is calling, Sinner, why, why delay?C. W. R. (Author)English2
Jesus, thou didst love the childrenCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Jesus, thou true and living BreadCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Jesus watches over meC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Jesus wondrous love possessingCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Jesus yet is standing at the bolted doorC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Jewels, bright beautifulCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Joy to the world, the Savior KingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
King of kings and King of gloryCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Lead me, lead me, blessed SaviorCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Let every heart before the LordC. W. R. (Author)English2
Let me walk with the angels on the bright hills of gloryCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Let the children and the youthRev. C. W. Ray, D.D. (Author)English3
Let the little lambs be fedCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Let us all together riseCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Let us sing of our blessed RedeemerCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Let us sing to the Lord (Ray)Charles Walker Ray (Author)2
Let us work with our might, for the night nears us fastC. W. R. (Author)English3
Listen, children, one and allC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Little bluebirds and robinsCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Little by little the time goes by, Swiftly and ever the moments flyC. W. R. (Author)English3
Little children drawing nearCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Little sunbeams in their brightnessRev. C. Ray, D. D. (Author)English6
Lo what wondrous light is fallingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Long ago in days of oldC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Long ago the blest redeemerCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Look to Jesus trembling soulC. W. R. (Author)English4
Lord, teach a little child to pray, To plead for mercy in Thy nameCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Lord, teach me how to liveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Loyal to Jesus, our Savior and KingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English10
May fainting souls approach the Lord And ever welcome beCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Merrily silvery chimingCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Mighty to save from the foes that assail theeC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Multitudes, we gaze in wonderC. W. R. (Author)English3
My Father, God, beneath whose rodCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
My Father is rich in houses and landsC. W. R. (Alterer)English1
My hands I would giveCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
My heart is sad and wearyC. W. Ray, D.D. (Author)English3
My house of clay, May fade awayC. W. Ray (Author)English2
My life is a wearisome journeyC. W. Ray (Arranger)English1
My little ears were madeCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
My Savior and my God, O make Thy word divineC. W. R. (Author)English2
My Savior and soul's DefenderC. W. Ray (Author)English2
My Savior God in Thee I liveC. W. Ray (Author)English4
Night and day for many, many yearsCharles Walker Ray (Author)English6
No cup from any fountainC. W. Ray (Author)English2
No day is so cloudless and sunnyC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Not an aching heart is yearningC. W. Ray (Author)English2
O beautiful Galilee, Thy silvery waves I can seeC. W. R. (Author)English2
O, blessed day of sacred restC. W. Ray (Author)English2
O, blessed day, when our dearCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
O blessed Master, hear meCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
O blessed morn that saw the Lord ariseCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
O blessed Redeemer how wonderful Thy loveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
O blissful day when from the skiesC. W. Ray (Author)English3
O brother look to CalvaryCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
O Christ of God, thou living vineC. W. Ray (Author)English2
O cloudless land beyond life's seaC. W. R. (Author)English2
O day of days the brightestCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
O drink, drink, drink, but not the tempting wineCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
O Eden land, thy name so sweetC. W. Ray (Author)English3
O for the wings of the bright early morningCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
O glory land, blest glory landCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
O Jesus, mighty Savior, KingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
O look not on the sparkling wineC. W. Ray (Author)English3
O pray can you tell usCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
O Rock of refuge, Savior, FriendCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
O Savior true, In life's reviewC. W. Ray (Author)English2
O sovereign and ascended LordCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
O there is a beautiful city, Whose walls are of jewels most rareC. W. R. (Author)English3
O what has Jesus done for me, In proof of love divine?Charles Walker Ray (Author)English4
O what wilt thou give as a token of loveC. W. Ray (Author)English4
O who is it like Jesus by prophets foretoldCharles Walker Ray (Author)English5
Of all the sweet stories that ever were toldCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Oft amidst the deepening shadowsC. W. Ray (Author)English4
O mother I am dying, and I cannot go aloneC. W. R. (Author)English2
O whom will you meet in that cityC. W. R. (Author)English2
O why should we sighC. W. R. (Author)English3
On the banks of the bright crystal riverCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
On the other side of Jordan, Jesus waits and smiling standsCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Onward, ever onward hasteC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Our Father in heaven, we humbly would prayC. W. Ray, D.D. (Author)English3
Our Savior God to Thee we raiseCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Out on the wide, wide oceanCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Pilgrims of earth, we are journeying homeC. W. R. (Author)English3
Praise, praise the Lord, The dear Redeemer KingC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Precious is the Savior's promise, Children to receiveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Redeemed through Jesus' wondrous loveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Redeemer of Zion, blest Savior of lost menC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Rejoice, rejoice, hosannas singCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Rejoice, rejoice, the Lord most highCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Rejoice, rejoice, the Lord shall comeCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Ring, ring, ring, ring the merry Christmas bells!C. W. R. (Author)English2
Running on errands for JesusCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Sadly we sing and with tremulous breathC. W. Ray (Author)English49
Saved, saved by the blood of the LambCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Savior advocate and friendCharles Walker Ray (Author)English5
Savior King, I would singC. W. R. (Author)English5
Self condemned and unforgivenCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Shout, shout for joy, a brighter down is breakingC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Sinner, hast thou not a welcome for Jesus nowC. W. R. (Author)English1
Some blessed day, down from on highCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Some blessed day, JesusCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Some day, but when I cannot tell, To toils and tears I'll bid farewellC. W. Ray (Author)English21
Something for Jesus, O that I could bringCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Speak kindly and gently whenever you grieveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Spicy breezes of devotionC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Standing by the riversideCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Star of Bethlehem, thy gloryCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Swiftly the years, With their hopes and fearsCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Take thy burden, onward hasteCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Tears, tears, bitter tears may fallRev. C. W. Ray, D.D. (Author)English5
Tenderly plead with the weak and the wrongCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
That from guilt I may be, ever spotless and freeC. W. R. (Author)English5
The accepted time has comeCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
The beautiful liliesCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
The Bible, the Bible, to wanderers givenC. W. R. (Author)English2
The changes of fortune may alterCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
The harvest is ripe and soon will be perishingC. W. R. (Author)English2
The keys of all kingdoms to Jesus belongC. W. R. (Author)English2
The King is in need of volunteersCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
The King of the dayCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
The King of Zion came to saveC. W. Ray (Author)English2
The Kingdom of the Lord, Forever shall endureC. W. Ray (Author)English3
The Lord is my Shepherd, He loveth his sheepCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
The Lord is risen, the empty tombC. W. Ray (Author)English4
The morning is brightCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
The Savior sought and found me, He found me, He found meRev. C. W. Ray (Author)English4
The Savior is standing in grief at the doorC. W. Ray (Author)English3
The soul who would find full release from his woesCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
The sun must shine to give usCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
There are little crowns in heavenCharles Walker Ray (Author)English5
There is hope for hearts now achingC. W. Ray (Author)English3
There is something to doCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
There shall come a gladsome dayCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
There's a fountain full and freeC. W. Ray (Author)English3
There's a happy, happy dayCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
There's a wonderful, wonderful story of loveC. W. R. (Author)English3
There is joy with the angels of heavenCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
They shall shine, ever shineCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
They're [They are] gathering homeward from every landC. W. R. (Alterer)English1
Thou who didst for sinners bleedC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Though clouds my way obscureC. W. Ray (Author)English2
Though earth and skies remove, by and byCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Though rugged and dreary my pathwayCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Through the gates of that city most beautifulC. W. Ray, D.D. (Author)English2
Through the great and crowded cityCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Tidings, blessed tidings, hear the gospel callCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
'Tis a dark and gloomy dayCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
'Tis a wonderful storyCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
'Tis not for pleasure duty callsRev. C. W. Ray, D.D. (Author)English4
To God the Father, and the Son, And Spirit Three in OneC. W. Ray (Author)English2
To Jesus, our Savior, defenderCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
To redeem our sinful earthCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
To Thee my heart is turningC. W. R. (Author)English3
To thy barred and bolted doorC. W. Way (Author)English8
Wandering in the desert lonely [dreary]C. W. Ray (Author)English4
Warmest welcome we would give youRev. C. W. Ray (Author)English3
We are calling to dutyCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
We are happy, just as happyCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
We are out on the ocean sailing, Homeward bound we sweetly glideC. W. Ray (Author)English1
We are soldiers in the army (Ray)Charles Walker Ray (Author)2
We are standing on the threshold Of another golden yearC. W. Ray (Author)English3
We greet you with gladnessCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
We shall cross the restless tideC. W. R. (Author)English2
We toil awhile in tears belowCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
We will stand for the rightCharles Walker Ray (Author)3
Welcome the children in my nameRev. C. W. Ray, D.D. (Author)English5
We'll sing of our Lord once crucifiedC. W. Ray (Author)English2
We'll sow for a harvestCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
We'll tell you the wayCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
What blest book to mortalsCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
What can the little childrenCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
What can the sinner's hardened heart subdue?Charles Walker Ray (Author)English2
What can willing hands bringCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
What rapturous songs of gladnessCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
What will you do with Jesus, The words how sad and sweetC. W. R. (Author (chorus) & arranger)English1
Whate'er to me a cross may proveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
When hearts do ache with boding fearsCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
When I pass death's chilling shadowsC. W. R. (Author)English3
When in robes of lightCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
When in weariness we journeyCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
When on the mountain's towering heightCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
When our hearts are sad and achingC. W. Ray (Author)English2
When the golden summer sunbeamsC. W. R. (Author)English2
When the judgment day shall comeCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
When the righteous are crowned for their labors of loveCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
When the sinner opprestC. W. R. (Author)English3
When the stars with trembling awe shall flee awayCharles Walker Ray (Author)English4
Where shall sin-sick souls find a cure for every woe?Charles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Wherever thoughts may wanderCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
While along life's road you journeyC. W. R. (Author)English2
While sailing over life's stormy seas, And storm clouds round me lowerC. W. Ray (Author)English4
Who may to Jesus unbosomCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Who shall sing of victoryCharles Walker Ray (Author)2
Why in tears through the yearsCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Why were angels once descendingC. W. Ray (Author)English3
Will you come, will you come to the Savior now pleading?Charles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Will you do what you can for the lost in sin?Charles Walker Ray (Author)English3
With us, Lord, forever dwellingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Wonderful Savior, Redeemer, Not willing that one should be lostCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Workers and willing workersC. W. R. (Author)English2
Would you find the way to heaven, take the precious book divineC. W. R. (Author)English2
Would you walk and talk with angelsC. W. R. (Author)English2
Wouldst thou be saved from sin?C. W. R. (Author)English5
Wouldst thou share the Savior's blessingCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Write it on the grog shop doorCharles Walker Ray (Author)English3
Ye friends of the blessed RedeemerCharles Walker Ray (Author)English6
Ye shall be witnesses unto meCharles Walker Ray (Author)English2
Yes, for me, for me He carethC. W. Ray (Author)English1
Zion's delight in her Savior RedeemerC. W. R. (Author)English2

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