James Wells

Short Name: James Wells
Full Name: Wells, James
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Texts by James Wells (60)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A soitlight shines downJames Wells (Author)2
Across the sea, over billows wildJames Wells (Author)2
Across the years upon a hillJames Wells (Author)English2
All my sorrows have departed, I'm no longer heavy heartedJames Wells (Author)English2
Always trust the mighty SaviorJames Wells (Author)2
As the shades of night were fallingJames Wells (Author)2
As you journey o'er the highwayJames Wells (Author)2
At evening in the gloamingJames Wells (Author)English2
Better get to praying, O Lordy, yesJames Wells (Author)4
Do sore tribulations perplex youJames Wells (Author)3
God keep my heart so pure and whiteJames Wells (Author)2
I am happy all the day, As I journey over life's wayJames Wells (Author)English2
I am singing on the way (Wells)James Wells (Author)2
I care not today what the morrow may bringJames Wells (Author)English34
I have plunged beneath the flood Of my Savior's precious bloodJames Wells (Author)English2
I once was sinking deep in sinJames Wells (Author)2
If the Lord has pardoned youJames Wells (Author)1
If you are weary and filled with despairJames Wells (Author)2
I'm so glad the blessed SaviorJames Wells (Author)2
I'm traveling to that cityJames Wells (Author)2
In memory there lives a spot which time has touched in vainJames Wells (Author)English2
In this world so dark and drearyJames Wells (Author)2
I've a Friend, a Guide, a HelperJames Wells (Author)2
Jesus is a Rock in a weary landJames Wells (Author)2
Last night of paradise I dreamedJames Wells (Author)3
Let your face be filled with sunshineJames Wells (Author)English2
Lo a mighty army still is marching onJames Wells (Author)2
Oft when the sun is adorningJames Wells (Author)English2
Often times we sit and ponderJames Wells (Author)2
On some bright and glorious morningJames Wells (Author)English2
On some glad and glorious morningJames Wells (Author)English3
On the resurrection morning We shall hear the clarion warningJames Wells (Author)English6
Onward we go as we follow our KingJames Wells (Author)2
Souls in the darkness of sin and of sorrowJames Wells (Author)English2
Strong men, brave men, the world needs ChristiansJames Wells (Author)2
The Bible is the grandest bookJames Wells (Author)3
There's a city eternal where I long to dwellJames Wells (Author)2
There's a hand that's ever writingJames Wells (Author)English2
There's a path that's straight and narrow, leading to the realms aboveJames Wells (Author)English2
Though the tempest rages fiercely and the billows madly dashJames Wells (Author)English2
Though dark the cloud, the tempest sweepsJames Wells (Author)2
'Tis but a little sleep, and weary eyesJames Wells (Author)3
Traveling life's pathway so many are sadJames Wells (Author)2
We know not the day, we know the hourJames Wells (Author)3
We may not know the meaning here of sorrowsJames Wells (Author)3
We read in the book of a SaviorJames Wells (Author)7
What though the tempest is risingJames Wells (Author)7
When my work on earth is over And my happy soulJames Wells (Author)2
When the evening shadows lengthen When the sunJames Wells (Author)2
When the roll is called in heaven and before the LordJames Wells (Author)2
When the roll is called in heaven and we answer to our names (Jackson)James Wells (Author)1
When the way is weary Dark and dull and grayJames Wells (Author)2
When the way is weary you mustJames Wells (Author)2
When the world is dark and drearyJames Wells (Author)2
When trials burdens engulf you in woeJames Wells (Author)2
When you have a sorrowJames Wells (Author)2
Whence comes the peace thatJames Wells (Author)2
While the blessed dead are sleepingJames Wells (Author)2
While we linger broken heartedJames Wells (Author)2
Would you wear a crown eternalJames Wells (Author)3
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