William Stone

Short Name: William Stone
Full Name: Stone, William, b. 1864
Birth Year: 1864
Death Year (est.): 1964
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Texts by William Stone (23)sort descendingAsInstances
All doubt has left my troubled soulRev. Wm. Stone (Author)5
Blessed are they, though poorWilliam Stone (Author)2
Early in the morning, at the break of dayW. S. (Author)3
Genesis and Exodus, Leviticus and NumbersWilliam Stone (Author)5
Hear the Savior gently calling, Come tonightW. S. (Author)2
I must go and tell Jesus my sorrowW. S. (Author)2
I'm bound for the heavenly kingdomW. S. (Author)3
Jesus is the children's Friend (Stone)William Stone (Author)2
Jesus knows by name his sheepW. S. (Author)3
Lovest thou me, 'Tis the Savior that asks theeW. S. (Author)2
Marshall, ye hosts of God, and take this world of sinRev. Wm. Stone (Author)6
Now I hear my Saviour calling, There's a special work for meW. S. (Author)2
O come in childhood's happy hoursWilliam Stone (Author)2
O for that flame of living fireW. S. (Author (Chors))1
O I love to read of Jesus and his loveW. L. S. (Author)1
Rose of Sharon, wondrous fairW. S. (Author)3
See the foe advancing like a mighty throngRev. Wm. Stone (Author)6
The Savior is calling child come homeW. S. (Author)2
There is a life of bliss divine That all may taste and all may findWilliam Stone (Author)3
Walk not in the path of the sinfulWilliam Stone (Author)2
When I am tired and sorely temptedW. S. (Author)2
When I shall stand before the JudgeW. S. (Author)2
Whoever will, the message hearW. S. (Author)1
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