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Charles W. Vaughan

Short Name: Charles W. Vaughan
Full Name: Vaughan, Charles W.
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Texts by Charles W. Vaughan (74)sort descendingAsInstances
A winner of souls I want to be for JesusCharles W. Vaughan (Author)3
All the time my heart keeps singingCharles W. Vaughan (Author)3
As along life's way you go (Vaughan)Charles W. Vaughan (Author)2
As I go along amid the busy throngCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
As I travel on the road to the final soul's abodeCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
As you journey on life's roadCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Come and join our band (Vaughan)Charles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Dare to be a Daniel, For the King ImmanuelCharles W. Vaughan (Author)3
Following storm clouds, cometh the sunlightChas. W. Vaughan (Author)3
Glory beams are shining on my wayCharles W. Vaughan (Author)7
Great is the Ruler to whom I giveCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Happy songs I sing of my Lord and KingChas. W. V. (Author)2
Here I often sing for the friends I loveChas. W. V. (Author)2
I am building on a Rock that will stand the tempest shockChas. W. V. (Author)2
I am looking for Jesus each hour of the dayCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I am on the way to the realms of dayChas. W. V. (Author)2
I am so happy in Jesus today (Vaughan)Charles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I am walking in the way thatCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I have a dear Savior so loving and kindCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I have often wondered why it wasCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I love the Lord with all my heart (Vaughan)Charles W. Vaughan (Author)3
I never had a friend on earth like motherCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I was wandering sad and loneCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
If before I've crossed death's riverCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
If sin's darkening storm clouds gatherCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
If your heart is burdened with a heavy load of careCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I'm an heir to holy mansionsCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
I'm going to a better country, A land of bliss beyond compareChas. W. V. (Author)3
I'm going up to heaven some sweet dayCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
In a day that is not far, I must stand before the barChas. W. V. (Author)1
In fancy oft I see the homeCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
In the busy walks of lifeCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
In the valley I am walkingCharles W. Vaughan (Author)4
I've been redeemed on Calvary's treeCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Jesus is calling, O sinnerCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Jesus needeth workers, All along life's wayCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Lord, whose temple once did glistenCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Mid the turmoil and the strifeCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
No longer I stray from JesusCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
O my brother, if your burdensCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
O thou blessed Savior, hear my earnest pleaCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Often times I feel a presence that I cannot see nor hearChas. W. V. (Author)2
Once a feast was made and the guests invitedCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Once my life was full of careCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Riding to heaven with JesusChas. W. V. (Author)1
Satan's charm had me beguiledCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Since I started on my journey to the soul's eternalCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Since your childhood, you have heard the wondrous storyCharles W. Vaughan (Author)13
Sometime I shall leave for a mansion in heavenChas. W. Vaughan (Author)2
Soon from this world of sin and pain, I'll goCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
The martyrs who stood for Christ and diedCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
There are doubters and scoffers of God's holy WordCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
There is a gladness singing now in my soulCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
There is an eye now watching you and seeing all you doChas. W. V. (Author)2
There is coming a time when the last trump shall soundChas. W. V. (Author)2
There is one I love so dearlyCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a beautiful land, where no sorrow is knownCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a city that is wonderful and fairChas. W. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a Savior, precious and trueCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a ship that's onward sailingCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Though others may strayCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Through this busy earthly life, filled with trouble, sin and strifeChas. W. V. (Author)2
To a good land much fairerCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
Try to win a soul each dayCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
We are daily going somewhereCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
We are taught in Bible story not to lay up treasures hereChas. W. V. (Author)2
We're a band of happy pilgrims riding over the ocean wideChas. W. Vaughan (Author)2
When I get to heaven, I'll be happy singing there upon the golden shoreChas. W. V. (Author)2
When I get to heaven some sweet dayChas. W. V. (Author)2
When my Lord comes again to this earthCharles W. Vaughan (Author)2
When to heaven I go from this world belowChas. W. V. (Author)2
When worried or troubled or burdened by careChas. W. V. (Author)2
While wandering in the darkest night alone and burdened soreChas. W. V. (Author)2
Work and sing for the KingC. W. V. (Author)2
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