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Joseph C. Fisher

Short Name: Joseph C. Fisher
Full Name: Fisher, Joseph C.
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Texts by Joseph C. Fisher (19)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Come, poor sinner, Christ is waitingJoseph (Author)3
Dear brethren, I must leave you nowJoseph C. Fisher (Author)2
I am free, the Lord hath saved meJ. C. Fisher (Author)5
I know my Jesus saves meJoseph C. Fisher (Author)English3
I'm redeemed, I'm redeemed, From the darknessJ. F. (Author)English9
In dem Hause Gottes eine Quelle fliesstJ. C. Fisher (Author)3
Meine Seel ist erloest, aus der Suende finstrerJ. C. Fisher (Author)3
O Lord, the vict'ry now is mineJoseph C. Fisher (Author)3
O who is she whose wondrous beautyJ. C. Fisher (Author)English2
Oh, how weary and sad is my aching heart todayJoseph C. Fisher (Author)English5
Poor sinner, as you trembling standJoseph C. Fisher (Author)2
See Daniel in the den of roaring lionsJoseph C. Fisher (Author)1
The judgment day is coming, comingJ. C. Fisher (Alterer)1
There is joy today, for the lost one is foundJ. C. Fisher (Author)1
There's a fountain opened in the house of GodJ. C. F. (Author)English7
There's a home far away in the realms of the blestJ. C. Fisher (Author (chorus))English1
There's a river of life with its pure crystal lightJoseph C. Fisher (Author)English4
We are tenting again on the old camp groundJoseph C. Fisher (Author)2
While shepherds watched their flocks by night From dangers that surroundJoseph C. Fisher (Author)English3
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