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George H. Spring

Short Name: George H. Spring
Full Name: Spring, George H.
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Texts by George H. Spring (10)sort descendingAsInstances
A little further on, pilgrimGeorge H. Spring (Author)2
Children of this favored nationGeorge H. Spring (Author)2
Earth at times to us appearsGeorge H. Spring (Author)2
Fellow traveler, dost thou knowGeorge H. Spring (Author)4
Hark, the gentle shepherd nowGeorge H. Spring (Author)2
I seem to hear a voice withinGeorge H. Spring (Author)4
O will the glorious saviorGeorge H. Spring (Author)2
The Lord forever reignethGeorge H. Spring (Author)3
We're hastening at our King's commandGeorge H. Spring (Author)4
When God the earth and heavenGeorge H. Spring (Author)2
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