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Elwood H. Stokes

Elwood H. Stokes
Short Name: Elwood H. Stokes
Full Name: Stokes, E. H. (Ellwood Haines), 1815-1897
Birth Year: 1815
Death Year: 1897

He was president of the Ocean Grove Campmeeting Association.

Texts by Elwood H. Stokes (38)sort descendingAsInstances
A land of light, a land of joyElwood H. Stokes (Author)3
Alas alas a wayward sheepRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)7
All are mine, thou holy JesusRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)3
All the promises of JesusRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)6
Beautiful Zion, strongRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)2
Blessed joys of God beginElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
Come, power of God, come power divineElwood H. Stokes (Author)4
From the gloom of unbeliefRev. E. H. Stokes (Author)3
Hail, thou ever rolling oceanElwood H. Stokes (Author)11
He is risen, Christ the holy, He the ChristRe. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)2
Hover o'er me, Holy SpiritElwood H. Stokes (Author)225
I believe that Jesus sufferedDr. E. H. Stokes (Author)2
I have sinned, O God, my SaviorRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)3
I know there's a beautiful, beautiful landElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
I love my Savior, his heart is goodRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)17
I sat on the bridge at the edge of the wildwoodElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
I'm saved, I'm saved, O blessed LordRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)5
It was said, and O, I can hardly tellElwood H. Stokes (Author)4
Jesus loves me, fondly loves meRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)4
My native land, my native land, I love theeElwood H. Stokes (Author)5
My soul for light and love and earnest longingsRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)9
O blessed Jesus, O Savior divineRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)4
O hear the words of the high commandElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
One by one, our loved ones slowly PassRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)9
One year nearerElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
Peter on the troubled seaRev. E. H. Stokes, D. D. (Author)4
Put on the white robes of gladnessElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
Salvation is the battle cryElwood H. Stokes (Author)4
Santo espiritu desciende a mi pobre corazonE. H. Stokes (Author)5
Spirit of life, we humbly bowElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
The Master is calling for you, dear friendElwood H. Stokes (Author)6
The saints of God are marching onRev. E. H. Stokes (Author)2
There's a song in my heart I have lovedElwood H. Stokes (Author)2
They come, the war scarred veterans comeRev. E. H. Stokes, D. D. (Author)4
Thou art pure, O God, my FatherDr. E. H. Stokes (Author)6
Though there may be shades of sadnessRev. E. H. Stokes, D. D. (Author)8
Touch my spirit with thy SpiritRev. E. H. Stokes, D.D. (Author)9
We have toiled in many vineyardsRev. E. H. Stokes (Author)3
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