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Verna Whinery

Short Name: Verna Whinery
Full Name: Whinery, Verna
Birth Year (est.): 1886
Death Year (est.): 1986
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Texts by Verna Whinery (20)sort ascendingAsInstances
Wrong may win todayVerna Whinery (Author)2
When the little world of childhood has been shakenVerna Whinery (Author)2
We have found a FriendVerna Whinery (Author)2
Up the mountainside we climbVerna Whinery (Author)2
There's a way to bring gladness to hearts filled with sadnessVerna Whinery (Author)2
There's a call to colorsVerna Whinery (Author)2
The love of the Savior will never failVerna Whinery (Author)2
Sun or rain, joy or painVerna Whinery (Author)2
Someone is needed to standVerna Whinery (Author)2
O we have a friend who will loveVerna Whinery (Author)2
Like the windows of some old cathedralVerna Whinery (Author)2
If I would walk with JesusVerna Whinery (Author)2
I would sing to my KingVerna Whinery (Author)2
I am a child, O LordVerna Whinery (Author)2
Here is a joyous messageVerna Whinery (Author)2
Hark, a call to youth comes ringingVerna Whinery (Author)1
Dear Lord, we bring to theeVerna Whinery (Author)2
Dear Lord, no priceless gift I holdVerna Whinery (Author)2
As men down through the agesVerna Whinery (Author)2
As a harp that waits a master'sVerna Whinery (Author)2
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