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I'm anchored to the promises of God

Author: Fred S. Shepard Hymnal: Bells of Heaven #d232 (1898) Hymnal Title: Bells of Heaven First Line: My barque drifts no more

I'm anchored to the promises of God

Author: Fred S. Shepard Hymnal: Gospel Voices No.2 #d83 (1900) Hymnal Title: Gospel Voices No.2 First Line: My barque drifts no more
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I'm anchored to the promises of God

Author: F. S. Shepard Hymnal: New Harvest Bells #134 (1900) Hymnal Title: New Harvest Bells First Line: My barque drifts no more on the troubled sea of life

I'm anchored to the promises of God

Author: Fred S. Shepard Hymnal: Songland Melodies ... a New Song Book for Revivals #d132 (1898) Hymnal Title: Songland Melodies ... a New Song Book for Revivals First Line: My barque drifts no more

I'm anchored to the promises of God

Author: Fred S. Shepard Hymnal: Soul Songs. Souvenir & Prospectus ed. #d45 (1902) Hymnal Title: Soul Songs. Souvenir & Prospectus ed. First Line: My barque drifts no more

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