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Eugene H. Whitt

Short Name: Eugene H. Whitt
Full Name: Whitt, Eugene H.
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Texts by Eugene H. Whitt (30)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
As we journey through life with its troubles and strifeEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
Dear mother has gone to heaven aboveEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
For many long years in bondageEugene H. Whitt (Author)9
God's only Son came from aboveEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
Have you been redeemed by love divineE. H. W. (Author)2
Here we meet with friends and sing glad praiseEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
I am on the upward road, going to the blest abodeEugene H. Whitt (Author)3
I am so happy while traveling onwardEugene H. Whitt (Author)3
I have a friend so kind and true (Whitt)Eugene H. Whitt (Author)2
I have a glorious SaviorEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
I have a wonderful story to tellEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
If you have drifted far from Jesus, out in the coldE. H. W. (Author)3
I'm going to a better country, a place of peace and restE. H. W. (Author)2
I'm happy as I onward goEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
I'm on the road, the highway to gloryEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
Jesus died upon the cross (Whitt)Eugene H. Whitt (Author)2
Jesus is coming back to this old earth againEugene H. Whitt (Author)English2
Keep in touch with Jesus, callEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
Old Judas made some easy money, betraying Christ the LordEugene H. Whitt (Author)3
On some glad tomorrow Christ is coming againE. H. W. (Author)English2
Some happy day, when life here is endedEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
Soon I'll leave this old world, with its trouble and woeE. H. W. (Author)English2
The Lord has always been so good to meEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
The Lord of light and love left heaven's throne aboveEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
The love of God has meant so much to meE. H. W. (Author)3
We are on a journey to a better landEugene H. Whitt (Author)6
We read in the Bible about beautiful homesEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
When I have come to the endEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
When I was lost in sin and shame (Whitt)Eugene H. Whitt (Author)2
When the redeemed of earthEugene H. Whitt (Author)2
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