Mary B. Wingate

Short Name: Mary B. Wingate
Full Name: Wingate, Mary B., 1845-1933
Birth Year: 1845
Death Year: 1933 does not have biographical information about this person.

Texts by Mary B. Wingate (53)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A shadow will follow us everMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
Ama el Pastor sus ovejasWingate, Mary B., 1846-1933 (Author)Spanish3
Ask what thou wilt, believing heartMary B. Wingate (Author)English15
Bear thy sorrows bravely, tread the thorny wayMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
Catch and radiate the sunshineMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)4
Could we stand with saints in whiteMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
Dear to the heart of the ShepherdMary B. Wingate (Author)English57
Dyra de äro för herdenMary B. Wingate (Author)Swedish2
From the care and from the sorrowMary B. Wingate (Author)2
Go forth in the dew of the morningMary B. Wingate (Author)2
Go seek for the wanderers from God and the rightMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English3
Go to God's store-house whatever you needMary B. Wingate (Author)2
Heir of a mighty King, heir to a throneMary B. Wingate (Author)English5
How oft in the days of your childhoodMary B. Wingate (Author)2
I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail notMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
I heard it first at mother's kneeMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
I sought for a golden harvestMary B. Wingate (Author)English4
Into and out of our household they goMary B. Wingate (Author)2
I've wandered away from my home and the rightMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English6
Jesus stood on the shore of the blue GalileeMary B. Wingate (Author)2
Just one glimpse of the glory waitingMary B. Wingate (Author)English9
Kind is the heart of the SaviorMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English2
My other lost sheep I am seekingMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
My soul is sad and sinfulMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
Nearer Thee, my Lord and MasterMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English2
O bless and praise the Lord alwaysMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
O pilgrim through a desert drearMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
O Sun of righteousness, arise, And drive the mists awayMary B. Wingate (Author)5
O to win a soul for Jesus (Wingate)Mary B. Wingate (Author)2
O wanderer, dost thou hearMrs. M. B. Wingate (Author)English3
O joyous is the meetingMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
“Peace like a river!” O Lord, can it beMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English2
Search the scriptures, search them dailyMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
Spirit so gentle, Spirit so tenderMary B. Wingate (Author)English7
The blind men to Jesus cried out by the wayMary B. Wingate (Author)English4
The greatest thing on earth belowMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
The Lord taketh pleasure in His peopleMary B. Wingate (Author)English4
The melodies of childhood days, upon my memory throngMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English2
The voice of the Savior is calling, callingMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English8
There'll be no sorrow there, No darkening shade of sinMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
There's room at the feet of the SaviorMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
There's strength for my day, and whatever may comeMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
Though He slay me, I will trust Him, Just and holy One aboveMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English2
"Trust and wait," in life's glad springtimeMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
We come in the glow of the morningMary B. Wingate (Author)2
We have heard the story of the sweetest ChildMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
We shall know by intuitionMary B. Wingate (Author)English3
We'll win this world for JesusMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
When a soul so dear todayMary B. Wingate (Author)2
When I think of duties waitingMary B. Wingate (Author)2
When the morning light shall dawnMrs. Mary B. Wingate (Author)English2
Where and how will the soul find restMary B. Wingate (Author)English2
Wie lieblich, sich zu grüßenM. B. W. (Author)German2

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