B. E. Fulmer

Short Name: B. E. Fulmer
Full Name: Fulmer, B. E. (Bluford Elmore), 1887-1963
Birth Year: 1887
Death Year: 1963

Born: September 2, 1887, Arkadelphia, Alabama.
Died: July 31, 1963, Kings County, California.

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Texts by B. E. Fulmer (55)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound)B. E. F. (Author (Chorus))English2
As I travel through the valleyB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
As you travel here below in this land of sin and woeB. E. F. (Author)English2
As you tread the vale of shadowsB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Be not discouraged though yourB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Belshazzar in his prideB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Christ will soon appearB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Few things I here can treasureB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Fond memory takes me back todayB. E. F. (Author)2
I am traveling on in the saints' brightB. E. F. (Author)English2
I don't have long to stay down here belowB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
I have worshipped at many altarsB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
I once had a precious motherB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
I once was in old Egypt to Satan was a slaveB. E. Fulmer (Author)English2
I rejoice within my heartB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
I will never lonely be, in that land beyond the seaB. E. F. (Author)2
If you are not happy in the Lord todayB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
If you do not trust the SaviorB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
If you leave for heaven and arriveB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
I'm a lonely pilgrim in a world of careB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
I'm content to travel on withB. E. Fulmer (Author)3
Jesus lifted me, set my spirit freeB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
My happy soul is singingB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
My heavenly home is now in viewB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Oft I think of friends and loved onesB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Oft I'm lonesome and blue as this journey I pursueB. E. F. (Author)2
Oft we forget to give a flowerB. E. Fulmer (Author)3
Oft we wonder why the heartachesB. E. Fulmer (Author)English2
Press along ye wayworn pilgrimB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
She has gone to be with JesusBluford E. Fulmer (Author)English2
Soon the Lord will callB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Standing at the Jordan, deep and wideB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
There is a road that's straight and narrowB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
There will be a happy jubilee when we all get homeB. E. F. (Author)English2
There's a bright and happy land across the great divideB. E. F. (Author)English2
There's a mighty gospel train, headed for the land of gloryB. E. Fulmer (Author)3
This world is not my resting place (Fulmer)B. E. Fulmer (Author)2
'Tis a mighty rocky road we travelB. E. Fulmer (Author)English2
Trouble and sorrow will be o'erB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
Turn your radio today on God's station over the wayB. E. Fulmer (Author)3
We are pilgrims marching to gloryB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
We are told about a riverB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
We are told about a time when men had driftedB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
What a day of great rejoicingB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
When I reach the heavenly countryB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
When Jesus came from heavenB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
When my soul was lost in darknessB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
When my soul was lost in sinB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
When shall end this earthly lifeB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
When some morning bright and fairB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
When the Lord descends from heaven and appears up in the airB. E. F. (Author)English2
When we hear the Savior's summonsB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
While living here below, beset by pain and woeB. E. F. (Author)2
While traveling through this world of sorrow (Fulmer)B. E. F. (Author)1
Won't that be a happy day when the saintsB. E. Fulmer (Author)2
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