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N. B. Sargent

Short Name: N. B. Sargent
Full Name: Sargent, N. B.
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Texts by N. B. Sargent (18)sort descendingAsInstances
An angel came to Peter one nightN. B. S. (Author)2
Angel came to Peter oneN. B. Sargent (Author)2
Beautiful bells sweetlyN. B. Sargent (Author)2
Every hope is brightenedN. B. S. (Author)1
I chose the way of sinN. B. S. (Author)1
I was tempest tossed on the sea of lifeN. B. Sargent (Author)2
Jesus, be ever nearN. B. S. (Author)1
Jesus, I would be thineN. B. S. (Author)3
O, let me ever dwell, Saviour with TheeN. B. S. (Author)1
There is a song that is dear to my heartN. B. Sargent (Author)2
Though earthly friends be far awayN. B. Sargent (Author)2
Trust, trust, trustN. B. Sargent (Author)2
We are building in sorrow or joyN. B. S. (Author)19
We are sailing today on the ocean of lifeN. B. S. (Author)2
When night comes with shadows darkN. B. S. (Author)1
When sorrow comes with crushing weightN. B. Sargent (Author)2
When the days go slowly byN. B. Sargent (Author)2
When the heart is bowed down with its griefN. B. S. (Author)1
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