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J. M. Sawers

Short Name: J. M. Sawers
Full Name: Sawers, J. M.
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Texts by J. M. Sawers (17)AsInstancessort descending
O my Lord, my great CreatorJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
O the blood, the precious blood, Glory to JesusJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
The eye of God is on us at mornJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
What joy in serving JesusJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
You remember when a motherJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
Come all ye rebels home to GodJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
Could I see my dear JesusJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
Far from God and home I wanderedJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
I have often promised JesusJ. M. S. (Author)2
My childhood's home was a happy oneJ. M. Sawers (Author)2
My heart was very full of sinJ. M. Sawers (Author)3
The heart that knows no sorrowJ. M. Sawers (Author)3
We talk of a home in heavenJ. M. Sawers (Author)3
When Jesus spoke peace to my soulJ. M. Sawers (Author)3
I am happy now in JesusJ. M. Sawers (Author)3
I tell you, my brotherJ. M. Sawers (Author)3
I've knocked at your [thy] heart's door oftenJ. M. Sawers (Author)4
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