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Fred S. Shepard

Short Name: Fred S. Shepard
Full Name: Shepard, Fred S.
Birth Year: 1840
Death Year: 1907
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Texts by Fred S. Shepard (109)AsInstancessort icon
O my soul, bless thou Jehovah, All within me bless His nameFred S. Shepard (Author)1
Weilst du oft zu Jesu Fuessen Fred S. Shepard (Author)1
Lift your voices, now, in praise of JesusF. S. Shepard (Author)1
There's an uttermost salvationF. S. Shepard (Author)1
I have a Friend so precious, So very dear to meF. S. S. (Alterer)1
Loudly roar the storms of sinF. S. Shepard (Author)2
Make Jesus King, makeFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Lift your voices, now, in praise of JesusF. S. Shepard (Author)2
Sorrow and sadness around usFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Many souls that now are dyingFred S. Shepard (Author)2
I am saved by faith in JesusFred S. Shepard (Author)2
The cross on the hill of CalvaryFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Mir erklingt ein FreudensangFred S. Shepard (Author)2
I am singing of Jesus my SaviorFred S. Shepard (Author)2
The garnered sheaves we're bringingF. S. Shepard (Author)2
I come to thee, Lord JesusFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Have you tasted of salvationF. S. Shepard (Author)2
I heard the Savior's gentle voiceFred S. Shepard (Author)2
The King is my friendFred S. Shepard (Author)2
My heart, why are thou so wearyF. S. Shepard (Author)2
I sing, for my Savior and King has givenF. S. S. (Author)2
The Lord our Captain isFred S. Shepard (Author)2
My soul hath been redeemedF. S. S. (Author)2
I'm anchored to the promises of GodFred S. Shepard (Author)2
The Savior is calling you brotherFred S. Shepard (Author)2
I'm kneeling at the mercy seat, WhereFred S. Shepard (Author)2
There is a sweet, enduring peace, Which Jesus ever givesF. S. Shepherd (Author)2
I'm out on the ocean of infinite loveFred S. Shepard (Author)2
There is music in my soulFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Now to the LordFred S. Shepard (Author)2
I'm out on the ocean sailingFred S. Shepard (Author)2
O Gottesliebe, voller HuldFred S. Shepard (Author)2
I've joined the blessed gospel bandFred S. Shepard (Author)2
A costly ransom Christ hath madeFred S. Shepard (Author)2
There's a light that is shining now brightlyFred S. Shepard (Author)2
In the hour of grief and painFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Abide in me, the Savior saithFred S. Shepard (Author)2
There's a light that will lead us to heavenFred S. Shepard (Author)2
O, my heart is bowed down by the burden if sinFred S. Shepard (Author)2
In the hour when pain and anguishFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Behold the Savior at your door, stands knocking patientlyFred S. Shepard (Author)2
There's a story oft repeatedF. S. S. (Author)2
Jesus, blessed Savior, hear me, AsFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Bowed down by sinF. S. S. (Author)2
In the hour when sin assailsF. S. Shepard (Author)2
O singet dem Herrn ein freudig LiedFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus calls for active serviceFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Brother, the Savior calleth for theeFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Unto God the Father be praises now and evermoreFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus came the lost to findF. S. Shepard (Author)2
We are little children, and weFred S. Shepard (Author)2
On this joyous Children's dayFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus is lovingly calling you, lost oneFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus, Savior, Thou aloneF. S. S. (Author)2
Only a look at JesusFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus is my Savior, HallelujahFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Come to my burdened heart, JesusFred S. Shepard (Author)2
We fain would raise our need of praiseFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Open the heart's door wideFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus' love is vast as heavenFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Come to the Savior, seek his face todayFred S. Shepard (Author)2
We're fond of days of sunshineFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus, Savior, hear my pleadingsFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Come weay one, in me find restFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Rejoice for the Lord hath redeemedF. S. S. (Author)2
Heavenly Father, hear our cryF. S. S. (Author)2
Sailor is your life boat drivenFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Jesus will guide us all the way throughFred S. Shepard (Author)2
I am out on the ocean of his fulnessFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Saved by the blood of the SaviorFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Far off on the mountainFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Why, O why, should I happy beFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Father, I would humble beFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Sing aloud the praise of JesusFred S. Shepard (Author)2
The grain stands white [ripe] in the harvest fieldF. S. Shepherd (Author)2
You may wander far awayFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Have you been alone with JesusF. S. S. (Author)2
Sing to the Lord a joyful song, for he has wondersF. S. S. (Author)2
Let Jesus reign, the world should ownFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Have you ever heard of this wonderful salvationFred S. Shepard (Author)2
I stand beholding Calvary's crossF. S. S. (Author)2
Have you heard of the wonderful SaviorFred S. Shepard (Author)2
Lo! the blessed Savior standsFred S. Shepard (Author)3
He died for me, the Son of GodFred S. Shepard (Author)3
Herrlich wogt das gold'ne 'hrenfeldFred S. Shepard (Author)3
I can sing hallelujahFred S. Shepard (Author)3
The gospel brings sunshineFred S. Shepard (Author)3
My soul is rejoicing, the Savior I knowFred S. Shepard (Author)3
Never leave me, nor forsake meFred S. Shepard (Author)3
Jesus hath redeemed me and I gladly sing His praiseF. S. S. (Author)3
O I am so glad we have JesusFred S. Shepard (Author)3
We are marching onward in the way of lifeF. S. S. (Author)3
Peal the tidings forthFred S. Shepard (Author)3
Deeply bowed down by the burden of sinFred S. Shepard (Author)3
Would you know the way to lightenFred S. Shepard (Author)3
Gladly leaving heaven's throneFred S. Shepard (Author)3
Let Jesus reign, let Jesus reignFred S. Shepard (Author)3
There is now no condemnation, all my sins are washed awayFred S. Shepard (Author)4
O Savior, prepare me, I pray, For thy blessed service each dayFred S. Shepard (Author)4
O the wondrous love of Jesus (Shepard)Fred S. Shepard (Author)4
Brother, the Savior calls, Calls so lovinglyFred S. Shepard (Author)4
Dearer this promise we have heardFred S. Shepard (Author)4
Are you helping somewhere in this world of woeFred S. Shepard (Author)4
It is always safe to followF. S. S. (Author)5
My barque drifts no moreFred S. Shepard (Author)6
Sing praises to our God, and blessFred S. Shepard (Author)7
See the shining fields of waving grainF. S. S. (Author)8
Jesus, the Savior, is calling for thee, Come, heavy laden one, come unto MeF. S. H. (Author)13
Trembling soul, beset by fearsFred S. Shepherd, 1840-1907 (Author)26



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