Ellis Short

Short Name: Ellis Short
Full Name: Short, Ellis
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Texts by Ellis Short (29)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
As I onward travel in this worldEllis Short (Author)2
As we journey through this life, with its sin and its strifeE. S., Jr. (Author)2
Brother, if you are sad, gone allEllis Short (Author)3
Happy on the road that leads to gloryEllis Short (Author)2
I am happy in living for my JesusEllis Short (Author)2
If you would a victory winEllis Short (Author)2
I'm happy and freeEllis Short (Author)2
I'm happy each day, along this bright wayEllis Short (Author)2
I'm ready to go to that home in the skyEllis Short (Author)English2
In a land of joy and gladnessEllis Short (Author)2
In this land of sin and sadnessEllis Short (Author)2
In this world of sin and sorrow, when the cross is hard to bearEllis Short, Jr. (Author)English2
In this world of sin and strife, as we travel each dayEllis Short (Author)2
Jesus came to this world fromEllis Short (Author)2
Like a flower in bloom we soon fade awayEllis Short (Author)2
Looking up above to the One I love happy every dayEllis Short (Author)3
Lord, I'm getting weary, I longEllis Short (Author)2
Once I was lost, a slave to my sin, lonely was I, no comfort withinE. S., Jr. (Author)English4
Once in sin I had wandered, drifting farther in darknessMr. E. S., Jr. (Author)5
Since the blessed Savior came into this worldEllis Short (Author)2
Some glad day I'm going to mansions in the skyEllis Short (Author)2
The love of God was shown on CalvaryE. S., Jr. (Author)3
There are many that are wanderingEllis Short (Author)2
There is a city, bright and fair (Short)Ellis Short (Author)2
There is a place of gladness beyond the starry skyEllis Short (Author)1
There's a land called heavenEllis Short (Author)2
There's a land of fadeless beauty across the mystic seaE. S., Jr. (Author)English2
There's a wonderful cityEllis Short (Author)2
Though clouds today may seem darkerEllis Short (Author)2
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