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Margaret Elizabeth Munson Sangster

Short Name: Margaret Elizabeth Munson Sangster
Full Name: Sangster, Margaret Elizabeth Munson, 1838-1912
Birth Year: 1838
Death Year: 1912
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Texts by Margaret Elizabeth Munson Sangster (46)sort descendingAsInstances
A song of thanksgivingMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)1
All your need will God supplyMargaret E. Sangster (Author)2
Amid earth's changes, LordMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Blessed Jesus, I would singMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)3
Children lift your happy voicesMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Children of darkness in sinMrs. M. E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Comes any good from NazarethMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)5
Dear little children, readingMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Don't keep Jesus waiting at your doorMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)1
Fling it from mast and steepleM. Sangster (Author)8
For peace and for plentyMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)16
For sowing and reapingMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)3
Forget them not, O ChristMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)10
Give us this day, dear Lord, our daily breadMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)3
I must obey my motherMrs. M. E. M. Sangster (Author)3
I want to be a happy saintMrs. Sangster (Author)2
It's coming, coming nearer, the lovely land unseenMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)7
Jesus, Lord of all compassionMrs. M. E. Sangster (Author)3
Jesus, when the light is fadingMargaret E. Sangster (Author)2
Joint heirs with Christ the blessedMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)3
Lift up your heads todayMargaret Sangster (Author)2
No tramp of marching armiesMargaret E. Sangster (Author)5
Now in the pleasant springtimeMrs. Sangster (Author)2
O Christ, forget not them who standMargaret E. Sangster (1838-1912) (Author)8
O Jesus Christ, most wonderfulMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)3
O where are you going my dear little birdMargaret Sangster (Author)2
Out of my need you come to meMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Out of the chill and the shadowMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)3
She walked amid the liliesMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Sing that the winter is overMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Sometimes the path is drearyMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
The Master walked in GalileeMargaret C. Sangster (Author)2
The ships glide in at the harbor's mouthMargaret Sangster (Author)26
Their faces to JerusalemMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
There were only two or three of usMargaret E. Sangster (Author)2
Thine is the power, LordMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Think of it, little childrenMrs. M. E. Sangster (Author)2
Thou knowest, LordMrs. M. E. Sangster (Author)2
Through dark and light, through storm and sunMrs. Margaret E. M. Sangster (Author)6
'Tis the grief of my lifeMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
Upon Judea's starlit plainMargaret E. Sangster (Author)2
We have gathered once moreMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)6
We have met and we have partedMargaret Sangster (Author)2
We praise thee, we bless theeMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)2
We take our share of frettingMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)3
Who fain would follow JesusMargaret E. M. Sangster (Author)4
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