William Whittingham

Short Name: William Whittingham
Full Name: Whittingham, William, d. 1579
Birth Year (est.): 1524
Death Year: 1579
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Texts by William Whittingham (18)sort descendingAsInstances
Attend my people and give earW. W. (Author)2
Behold and have regardW. W. (Author)3
Blessed are they that perfect areW. W. (Author)3
Except the Lord the house doth makeW. W. (Author)3
Grudge not to see the wicked menW. W. (Author)3
I lift mine eyes to Sion hillW. W. (Author)3
I to the hills will lift mine eyes, From whence doth come my aidW. Whittingham (Author)2
Lord to thee I make my moanW. W. (Author)3
Now Israel May say, and that trulyW. Whittingham (Author)7
O how happy a thing it isW. W. (Author)3
O Lord consider my distressW. W. (Author)3
The Lord is only my supportW. W. (Author)3
The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not want; He makes me down to lie (Rous)William Whittingham (Author)7
The mighty God, The Eternal hath thus spokeW. W. (Author)3
Those that do put their confidenceW. W. (Author)1
When as we sat in BabylonW. W. (Author)3
When Israel by God's addressWilliam Whittingham (Author)3
When that the LordW. W. (Author)3

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