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George Orlia Webster

George Orlia Webster
Short Name: George Orlia Webster
Full Name: Webster, George Orlia, 1866-1942
Birth Year: 1866
Death Year: 1942
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Texts by George Orlia Webster (238)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A call rings through the landGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
A conflict is raging of right against wrongGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
A conflict now is raging 'gainst the hosts of sin and nightGeo. O. Webster (Author)4
A guiding hand I clearly traceGeo. O. Webster (Author)English2
A hand divine held out to meGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
A little while, a little while, How swift the moments flyGeo. O. Webster (Author)English2
A manger, a mother, a baby so fairGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
A pilgrim band, a throngGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
A prize is set before usGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
America, beloved, of thee our song shall beGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
An army with banners is marching alongGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Are you building on the rock (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
Are you over borne by trialsGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Arise, arise, a voice is soundingGeo. O. Webster (Author)3
Arise, arise, for lo, the night is pastGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Arise, arise, for men are wantedGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
As we march along, we will sing a songRev. George O. Webster (Author)2
Awake, O ye blossoms, the springtime is hereGeo. O. Webster (Author)English2
Away in yonder forest, where God alone can seeGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Be a blessing to someone with each passing dayGeo. O. Webster (Author)English2
Be loyal to your colorsGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Blossoms lift their sunny faces to the lightGeorge O. Webster (Author)English3
Boys and girls repeatGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Breaking through the clouds above us oft we seeGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Can a boy forget his mother (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
Can I forget the debt I oweGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Changeful may be my lotGeorge O. Webster (Author)4
Christ the Savior, king of gloryRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English2
Clovers white and clovers red, All the meadows overspreadGeo. O. Webster (Author)English2
Come home, come home, the Father 's voice is callingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Day when heaven and earth unite in songs of gladnessGeo. O. Webster (Author)English3
Do the storm clouds gather soGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Do you know the friend of sinners?G. O. W. (Author)English2
Do you need a friend to help you In life's darkest hourGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)3
Earth's victors with garlands of flowers are crownedGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Faith will keep the sunlight shining in your heartGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Father so holy, throned in light aboveRev. George O. Webster (Author)English4
Fill each swiftly passing dayGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Fill me, Savior, with the sunlight of thy love divineGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
For his dear sake who carriedGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
For the summer's golden hoursGeorge O. Webster (Author)English4
For your flag and my flagGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)2
Forward, forward, soldiers of the cross, Christ, our King, must never suffer lossGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
From the garden of the heartGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
From the heaven's opened portalsGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
From the riven side of JesusGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Gird on your armor, ye soldiers of lightGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
Go forward, go forward in Jesus' conquering nameGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
God leads to victoryGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
God will take care of me, why should I fear (Webster)Rev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)5
God's will I know is best for meGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
Going forth to serve for JesusGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Hail to the great Creator, Wonderful are his waysGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Have we climbed the mount of visionGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Have you heard the call to battle in the cause of right and truth?George O. Webster (Author)3
Hear the sweet voice that is calling to theeG. O. W. (Author)2
Hear you not the Savior loving callGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Holy Father, throned on highGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
How wonderful, how marvelousGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
I am happy in my Savior glad and happy as can beGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
I have a Friend to guide me lest I strayGeo. O. Webster (Author)English2
I have a mighty SaviorGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
I know no brighter sunshine than my Savior's smiling faceGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
I know that my Lord watches o'er meGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
I need Jesus, my need I now confessGeorge O. Webster (Author)English85
I wandered on life's careless wayGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
I will tell the wondrous story of redeeming loveGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
I would go where Jesus sends meGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Idly standing in the marketGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
If Jesus will make me a blessing todayGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
If the Christ should come to meGeorge O. Webster (Author)English12
If the clouds are dark and drearyGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
If the way leads down where the shadows lieGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
If the way seems hard with the marchGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
If you can smileGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
If you cannot find the placeGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
If you will just be happyGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
If you would walk in the narrow wayGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
I'm redeemed with a price beyond silver or goldGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
In every hour of trialGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
In my heart he set the music ringingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
In my heart there swells a songGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
In the great world fieldGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Is it well with my soul (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
Jesus gave himself for meGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Jesus is a Friend of mine Is he yoursGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Jesus loves us (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
Jesus took the little onesGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Just a ray of sunshine (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
Just a whispered prayerGeorge O. Webster (Author)11
Keep in touch with Jesus as you pass alongGeorge O. Webster (Author)English4
King of the ages, though lowly his birthGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
Let a song of praise from our hearts upraiseGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Let the children of the KingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Let the glory crowned banner of Jesus todayGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Let the nations hear the news of full salvationGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Let us cheer and help each otherGeorge O. Webster (Author)English3
Let us now the heart's doorGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Let us run our race with patienceGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
Let your life be setGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Life is a book with its pages fairGeorge O. Webster (Author)English3
Life is a friendly roadGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Lift today your heads, ye mighty gatesGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Lift up your heads, lift up your headsGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Listen to the strainGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Lo the rosy gleam of the morn's first beamGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Long years I had wandered in sin's darkening nightGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Lord, teach us to pray (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
Love led the Savior, in days long agoGeo. O. Webster (Author)English14
Lovingly, tenderly, tell the sweet storyGeorge O. Webster (Author)4
Make your life a means of blessingRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English4
Many, many years ago, On this Christmas nightGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Many may strive in an earthly raceGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
March forth for the KingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Mighty hosts in conflict gatherGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
My heart is aglow with a love light divineGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
My heart is closer drawn to Jesus, day by dayRev. George O. Webster (Author)English2
Nearer draw me, blessed SaviorGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
Now, in the pride of the strength of thy youthGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
O brother, on life’s rugged pathwayGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
O, fallen brother, heed the callGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
O gift divine, God's boundless love revealingGeorge O. Webster (Author)8
O Holy Spirit breathe upon us nowG. O. W. (Author)2
O Jesus, lad of NazarethGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
O my brother, wornGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
O precious word of JesusGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
O Savior dear, my heart overflows with gladnessGeorge O. Webster (Author)4
On life's pathway as we journeyGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Onward Christian soldiers, every voice singGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Our eyes have seen the multitudeGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Our Fathers' God, to thee we (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)3
Out in the fields with GodGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Out of the heart are the issues of lifeGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
Perhaps your feet may chance to treadGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
Praise God for his word!George O. Webster (Author)English5
Praise the ever living LordGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, praise his holy name (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
Prayer is the key that will open the doorGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
Proudly gird your armor onGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Savior, bless the little children, Teach them how to live for TheeRev. G. O. Webster (Author)2
See the mighty youthful armyRev. George O. Webster (Author)2
Seeking a King who was born in a mangerGeo. O. Webster (Author)English2
Shout aloud your hallelujahsGeo. O. Webster (Author)English3
Since Jesus, the Son of the highestGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Since the blessed Savior sought me when I went astrayRev. George O. Webster (Author)English2
Sing a little songGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Sinner, the Savior is calling to thee (Webster)G. O. W. (Author)2
So many are heavily ladenRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English3
Some days are dark, some days are fairGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Someone is needing a blessing todayGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Sometimes I catch a vision fairGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
Sometimes I see through mists of bitter tearsGeorge O. Webster (Author)6
Speak to me now, my saviorGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Stand in the place of God's choosingGeorge O. Webster (Author)English3
Sweetest songs now are lifting to the God aboveGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)4
The Captain calls for volunteersGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
The cry to arms is heard (Webster)George O. Webster (Author)2
The gates of lifeGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The golden hours are gliding onGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The Lord is calling for men to serve himGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The Lord of life is Victor nowRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English3
The love of Christ the SaviorGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)3
The men of our AmericaGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)3
The mighty God, the King of life immortalGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The mighty hosts of sin and wrongRev. George O. Webster (Author)2
The morning breaks, I face the way aheadGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The perfume laden breezes bring, A message sweet and clearGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The prize of the heavenly callingGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
The ranks of joyous youthGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The rocky tomb is rivenGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The shadows of evening around meGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
The strong right hand of Him who rules the worldRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English3
The Victor comes with kingly treadGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
The world is full of sin and sadness, And hearts are aching, with sorrows breakingGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
There are days so dark that I cannot seeG. O. Webster (Author)English2
There are hearts whose sorest need Is some kindly word of deedGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There are the words of JesusGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There is a name of wondrous mightRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English3
There is a place called CalvaryGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There is gladness, there is gloryGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There is one who understandsGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There is pardon freeGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There is so much of troubleGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There is work for all to do, Jesus needs the tried and trueGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There's a call for menGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
There's a voice full of tender entreatyGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
There's joy in the service of JesusGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
They that believe in the Lord shall liveGeo. O. Webster (Author)English3
This day we call our Mother's dayGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
This day we remember the deedsGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
This shall be theme and songGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Thou God of the mothersGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Though tempests of temptation sweep across life's seaGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
Though trials throng my earthly wayGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Though you may not do for JesusGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Through the land a call is soundingGeorge O. Webster (Author)English39
Thy servants, Lord, before thee standGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Tiny little tots are weGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
To all the world, the Son of GodGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
To trust in our Father from day to day George O. Webster (Author)2
Trusting the promises preciousRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English3
Underneath the banner of our Savior KingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
We are comrades of the crossGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
We know that God is on the throneGeorge O. Webster (Author)English5
We love our country’s starry flagGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
We may journey with rejoicingGeo. O. Webster (Author)2
We praise the conquering might of ChristGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
We send the word to AfricaGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
We sing today as wellGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
We will strive to do the best we canGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)English2
We'd like to singGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
We're a band of boys, You would know by the noiseG. O. Webeter (Author)4
What does the Master expect of me?Geo. O. Webster (Author)English3
When at last the strife is endedGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When burdens are pressing, When cares are distressingGeo. O. Webster (Author)3
When cares and toils are pressingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When I was sinking in despairGeorge O. Webster (Author)3
When in his beauty my Savior I seeGeorge O. Webster (Author)6
When sin is invitingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When the clouds have hid the skies of blueGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When the clouds their darknessGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When the days are dark and dreary, When the nights are long and wearyGeorge O. Webster (Author)English5
When the shadows deepenGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When the shadows gather darkGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When the tempter calls youGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When the youth of our landGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
When to the Savior you comeGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Whene'er the shadows gatherGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Where the blessed Savior leads me I will goGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Wherever the pathway of duty may leadGeorge Orlia Webster (Author)2
Why go we mourning all the dayGeorge O. Webster (Author)4
With a firm and loving handGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
With loyal hearts we come againRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English3
With souls aflame for deeds of fameGeorge O. Webster (Author)2
Ye soldiers of the living God, His call out rings todayGeorge O. Webster (Author)English2
You ask what makes me happy the whole day longGeorge O. Webster (Author)21
You may banish care and sadnessRev. Geo. O. Webster (Author)English4
Youth is the speedingGeorge O. Webster (Author)2

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