Harriet E. Jones

Harriet E. Jones
Short Name: Harriet E. Jones
Full Name: Jones, Harriet E., 1823-1915
Birth Year: 1823
Death Year: 1915

Harriet E. Rice Jones, 1823-1915

Born: Ap­ril 18, 1823, Pom­pey Hol­low, Onon­da­ga Coun­ty, New York.
Died: 1915, Bing­ham­ton, New York.
Buried: Oran Com­mun­i­ty Church Cem­e­te­ry, Pom­pey, Onon­da­ga Coun­ty, New York.

Daughter of El­e­a­zer Rice, Jones lived in Onon­da­ga Coun­ty, New York. Her girl­hood was spent on a farm, re­ceiv­ing what ed­u­ca­tion the count­ry schools and one term at high school could pro­vide. She was al­ways fond of read­ing, and was a great sing­er, with a clear ring­ing voice. On Ju­ly 7, 1844, she mar­ried a son of Rev. Ze­nas Jones; her hus­band died in 1879. Her song writ­ing ca­reer b­egan when her po­e­try came to the at­ten­tion of Dr. M. J. Mun­ger, who asked if she could write some Sun­day school hymns for him. She went on to write for Daniel Town­er, J. C. Ew­ing, the Fill­more bro­thers, and others.


Texts by Harriet E. Jones (433)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A brave, loyal army of soldiersHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
A call comes ringing from the throneHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
A dear little army of childrenMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)3
A dear, youthful army is marching alongHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
A dreadful foe is in our landHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
A feast is preparing, the King will presideMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
A golden promise I may claimHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
A merciful Savior is Jesus my LordHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
A song is in my heart today, for all my sins are washed awayMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English5
A sweet new song is in my soulHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
A youthful pilgrim bandHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Abide with me, O Lord, abide with meHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Although a stormy road I treadHarriet E. Jones (Author)English6
Are we keeping close to JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Are we walking in the light? Are we serving one another?Mrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English2
Are you in byways of sorrow and sinHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Are you on the road to ZionMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Are you out in sin, and the foe's your heart within?Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Are you toiling day by dayMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Are you toiling for the Master, are you busy every day?Mrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Are you weary, sister, brotherH. Jones (Author)2
Are your robes all stainedH. Jones (Author)2
As pants the hart for watersH. Jones (Author)2
As the days are going by, do you raise God's banner highHarriet E. Jones (Author)5
At the foot of the cross where I foundHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
At the sounding of the trumpet That shall summon one and allHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Auf, auf! ihr Kämpfer in den Krieg!Harriet E. Jones (Author)German2
Be on thy guard, O soul of mineHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Behold, a stranger, wondrous fairHarriet Jones (Author)English3
Bless the Lord, O my soul, I will ever rejoiceHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Blessed Lord and dear Redeemer I am longing to be wholeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Blessed Redeemer, O comeHarriet E. Jones (Author)1
Bright little soldiers are needed todayHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Bring the little lambs to JesusMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)2
By and by, our Lord is comingHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
By and by, we shall meet on the bright, golden shoreHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Can I forget the sacred spotHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Can I forget when from the throneHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
Can you sing a sweet new songHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
Christ as Judge is coming by and byHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Christ died for me, O precious thoughtHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
Christ is now ready to cleanse you from sinHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Come, Holy Spirit, Thee I am needingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English7
Come into our school so dearHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Come Spirit come, with light divineMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English3
Come to the fountain of mercy, Come with thy sin and thy woeMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English5
Come weary one by sin oppressedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Cruel thorns are in my pathwayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Day by day the Lord to you is sayingMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Dear little lambs that are straying outsideHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Dear Lord, to Thee I comeH. Jones (Author)English4
Death shall come to claim us allHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Do the clouds oft veil your skyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Do you hear the glad refrainHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Does the Lord own me His today?Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Don't let your sickle get rustyMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)3
Down at the cross where the Savior died, Low at the foot of the CrucifiedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Draw me near Thee, loving SaviorHarriet E. Jones (Author)English13
Du seiler mod et grusomt strømfald, broderHarriet E. Jones (Author)Norwegian2
Enlisted for Christ and His kingdomHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Eternity, how long, how longHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Every day anointings, This my earnest pleaHarriet E. Jones (Author)6
Faint not, weary pilgrim, though sad and distressedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
For me, O yes, for even meHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
For the sunshine and the rainHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Friend of sinners, take, O take meHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
From their bed the grasses springHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Gather them in, the tender lambsH. Jones (Author)2
Give unto us, dear SaviorMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)2
Glory to Jesus, His word is trueHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Go and gather in the childrenHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Go spread the news abroadHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
God be with us through the days to comeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Golden promise from the FatherHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Hail to the risen SaviorHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Have you been to Jesus with your every sinHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
Have you heard about the fountainHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
Have you sins o'er which you're grievingHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
He brought me up from the miry clayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English6
He, the dear Savior, dothH. Jones (Author)2
He who dwelt among the lowlyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
Hear the merry Christmas bellsMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English4
Hearts are never, never achingHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Herald the story of saving graceHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Hide me, O my blessed SaviorMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Hold fast, dear friend, that which thou hastHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
How I love to cling to JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
How the bright angels sing since the Christ cameHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
How the hand of love can lightenHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
I am dwelling in the sunshine with my blessed Lord and SaviorHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I am dwelling with my Savior on the heights of Beulah landHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
I am happy in the Lord, I am trusting in His wordHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
I am on the Lord's side, I have been redeemedHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
I am pleading, blessed JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I am so glad that Jesus livesHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I am so glad that salvation is freeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English7
I am the Lord's and He is mine, Praise, O praise His nameHarriet E. Jones (Author)English7
I am thinking just now of that wonderful climeHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
I am trusting in the Lord, HallelujahMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English3
I am trusting in the SaviorHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I am walking with my Savior (Jones)Harriet E. Jones (Author)2
I come to thee, O gracious OneHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I had rather be found in the highway of GodHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I have a friend, a faithfulHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I have fought a good fight, I have finished my courseHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I have found the waters sweetHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
I have had a taste of the joys aboveHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I have plunged beneath the flood, I have felt the love divineMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English4
I know my Savior loves meHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I know that my Redeemer lives, who doth the heart renewHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I learned a song with sweet refrainHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
I like to think that JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
I love to think of heaven, The home where Jesus isMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)2
I love to think of the music grandHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
I love to think of the ransomed throngHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
I need Thee, Lord, from day to day, As I pursue the rugged wayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
I sought the blessed RedeemerHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I want to do something for Jesus my SaviorHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I want to live in gloryHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I want to live just as He wants me to liveHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I want to work in the gospel fieldHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I will bear my cross and will suffer lossMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I will never be afraid when foes of God assailHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I will sing and tell the story, what the Lord has done for meHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I will trust in the Lord my GodHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I would be a sunbeam in the halls of homeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
If our Lord should come tonightHarriet E. Jones (Author)English8
I'll do as precious Jesus bidsHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I'll live for my Lord and redeemerHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
I'll speak a word for Jesus, wherever I may beHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I'm a pilgrim going homeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I'm going home to Jesus, I'm nearHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
I'm thinking just now of a beautiful restHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
I'm thinking of Jesus, of glory, and restHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
In den Wohnungen dort obenHarriet E. Jones (Author)German3
In that wondrous home divineHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
In the army of the Lord, We are marching onMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
In the garden prostrate lyingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
In the home beyond the tideHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
In the home of bliss, where the Savior isHarriet E. Jones (Author)7
In the home of song and beautyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
In the land of endless sheenHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
In the shadow of his wings I am resting sweetlyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
In the shadow of thy wings O dear RedeemerMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English5
In the shelter of the rock, I am restingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
In the shining home of Jesus we may dwellMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
In the slough of despond I resolved not to stayHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
In yonder home my mansion standsHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Is thy heart oppressed with pain?Mrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English3
Is your heart all stained with sin?Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I've enlisted in the army of the Lord, I have promised to be foremost in the frayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
I've seen the light from heaven's throneHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
Jesus came to bring salvation to a ruined raceHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
Jesus is tenderly calling for thee, Waiting and longing thy comfort to beHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
Jesus, keep within thy foldMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)2
Jesus loves the children, He has told us soHarriet Jones (Author)English2
Jesus uns zu retten kamHarriet E. Jones (Author)German1
Just as he wills, so let it beHarriet E. Jones (Author)English9
Just over beyond, in the city of goldHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
Just over beyond, in the city of gold, Where never an ill can betideHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Let the Easter praise ariseHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Let the little children bring Floral tributesHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Let us arise to do and dareHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Let us do the work before usHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Let us work for Jesus While below we stayHarriet Jones (Author)English2
Let us work in cheerful wayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Lift me higher, blessed Jesus, that for Thee I firmly standMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Lights for our Jesus, our motto shall beHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Little hands, little hands, Working out our Lord's commandsHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Little sowers blest indeedMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English6
Little tongues can utter praiseMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English6
Lo! an army, grand, is marchingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Lo, the many fields are whiteHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Lo! ‘tis free, this great salvationHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Lonely pilgrim, art thou wearyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Love's redeeming work is done, On the cross of shame 'twas doneHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Loving Savior, lead Thou meHarriet E. Jones (Author)English23
Loving Savior, lead meMrs Harriet Jones (Author)2
Make it known among the people on which side you standHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
Mark well the words so wisely saidHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
‘Mid the cold, barren waysHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Move forward, soldiers of the crossMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English10
My brother, the Master is calling for theeMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English5
My feet were in the miry clayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
My own darling boy, I so tenderly lovedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
My peace is like a riverHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
My Redeemer safely leads meMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
My Savior had not where to layHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Never a love like the love of the LordHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
No more parting, no more sorrowHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Nobody knows like Jesus, who seeth my every sinHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Not a cloud to hide our skyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English6
Not now but when 'tis God's sweet willHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
Nothing to bring, O Savior KingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Now is the time to laborMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English2
Now let us sing the song againMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Now we gladly gather inHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O be faithful, Christian soldiers, in a very little whileHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O beautiful banner for mortals unfurledHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
O beautiful home of the soul!Harriet Jones (Author)English2
O beautiful home of the wearyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
O beautiful robes of whitenessHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O beautiful Zion, the home of the blestHarriet E. Jones (Author)English6
O book of books, O precious wordHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
O, Calvary, O Calvary, my Savior suffered there for meHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O can it be, O can it beHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O come to the fold of the ShepherdHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
O, das Heimatland da drobenHarriet E. Jones (Author)German2
O, dear to the heart of the ShepherdHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O ever sweet and holy nameHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O, fathomless fountain of mercyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O for a thousand tongues to sing My dear Redeemer's praiseMrs. H. E. J. (Author (Chorus))English1
O glorious homeland just over the lineHarriet E. Jones (Author)English13
O herrliche Botschaft, "Es ist vollbracht"Harriet E. Jones (Author)German3
O home sweet home so free from careHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O how sweet the loving deedMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)4
O I am so glad that salvation is freeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
O, I am so happy in Jesus, My soul is overflowing with loveMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O Lamb of God for sinners slain, I come, I come to TheeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O land of the purified, home of the blestMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English2
O life giving water that floweth so freeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O Lord of lords, O King of kingsMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English2
O precious, precious JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
O promise sweet for every oneMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O roll the glad chorus of praise alongHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O shall I help to swell the songHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O shun the road, so broad and coldHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O sing the sweet storyHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O sinner, come to Christ today, no longer stand without the gateHattie E. Jones (Author)English2
O soul, by many woes oppressedHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
O sweet is the service of JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O that song, when safe at homeHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O the matchless love and mercyMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)3
O the music over yonderHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
O the wondrous love of Jesus, Whom they scourged and crucifiedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
O 'tis summer all the timeMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)2
O 'tis sweet to talk of JesusMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English2
O to be nearer to JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O wanderer come to JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O what a meeting that will be, In that sweet time to comeH. Jones (Author)English6
O wie koestlich die VerheissungHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
O wonderful, wonderful story Believers so love to repeatMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English3
O wondrous love, the Savior diedMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
O wondrous sea of GalileeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
O bless His name!Mrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English3
O glad whosoever, the deed is doneHarriet Jones (Author)English28
O praise the Lord, I've been redeemedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
O the homeland over yonder, where abide the blood washed throngMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English3
O the meetings, O the greetingsMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English5
O who are these so near the throneMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English4
On Calvary's mountain he bought meHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
On, on, to the rescue, ye servants of GodHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Only ask, the truth believeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Onward, brothers, shout the watchwordHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
Onward, Christian! wrecks are tossingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Onward God's army is marchingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Our blessed Lord is just the sameHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Our Lord commands, and we obeyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Our master to obeyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Out on sin's ocean the careless are driftingMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Over where the ransomed gatherMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English3
Passing through the fiery furnaceHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Patiently we toil alongHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Plant blossoms, rare blossoms your pathway alongMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English3
Praise, O praise the King of heaven! Soul of mine, an anthem raiseHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Precious Christ, in whom I trustHarriet E. Jones (Author)5
Precious Jesus saves from sinHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
Precious promise from my SaviorH. E. Jones (Author)English2
Press onward, Christian soldier, press onward to the prize Harriet E. Jones (Author)3
Return, poor wanderer, returnHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Ring out, glad bells o'er hills and dellsHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Ring out, ring outHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Ring out the tidings in notes loud and clearHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Ring, ring the bells over mountain and plainHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Ring, ring the bells, the joyful bellsHarriet E. Jones (Author)English1
Se esta noite vier JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)Portuguese2
See the band of little childrenMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)2
See the beacon brightly burningHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
See yonder vessel, the storm rages highMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English2
Seht, der Kleinen frohe ScharHarriet E. Jones (Author)German2
Shall I tell you why I sing a joyful lay?Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Show me, O Lord, Thy gloryMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Since my soul is redeemed, since I walk in the lightHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Sind wie Scharlach deine SündenHarriet E. Jones (Author)German1
Sing, O sing the dear old storyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
Sing the Christian's marching song, and sing it with a willHarriet E. Jones (Author)English10
Sing the joyful news againHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
Sing the song of free salvationMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Soldiers of Jesus, arise in your mightHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Some sweet morning, noon or eveningHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Sometime the night of sorrow will be overHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Sometime we'll cross the rolling tideHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Sometime we'll reach the summer landHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Sons and daughters hearts unitedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Souls that are precious are out in the coldHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Speed away, speed away on your mission of loveHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Spread the tidings all abroad, Jesus lives, Jesus livesHarriet E. Rice Jones (Author)English7
Step out on the promise, O sinnerHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Still out of Christ, O fearful thoughtHarriet E. Jones (Author)English7
Sweet is the fount of mercyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Sweet songs are heard in woodland bowersHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Sweet the task to work for JesusH. Jones (Author)2
The angels watch till early morning Harriet E. Jones (Author)English3
The army of Jesus is marching alongMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English2
The beautiful streams in that wonderful landH. Jones (Author)2
The beautiful waters are movingHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
The dear little children are gathered todayHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
The dear Redeemer came to winHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
The fields are white with the ripened grainMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)2
The fountain of healing is openHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
The glory of conquest, be valiantHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
The King bids you come and partake of the feastHarriet E. Jones (Author)English9
The King in his beauty upon the white throneMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
The King's highway is a pleasant roadHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
The little ones, tho' very youngHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
The little soldiers of our KingHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
The Lord is my Shepherd, then why should I fearHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
The one who suffered on the treeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
The righteous Father knoweth bestHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
The Savior died to set me freeHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
There are breaking hearts todayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There are dangers drear on the sea of lifeMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)2
There are days of toil for His servants trueHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
There are friends, kind friends, that to me are dearHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There are songs, sweet songs, that I love to hearHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
There is a beautiful home beyond the silent seaHarriet E. Jones (Author)English7
There is a beautiful pathHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
There is a blessed goalMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English2
There is a Friend whose name is LoveHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
There is a Star, a Beacon LightHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There is glory in my soul Since the Savior made me wholeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English13
There is sweet contentment in my soul todayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There sat by the wayside, one dayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There stands a rock amid the wavesHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
There's a beautiful home for the childrenHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
There's a beautiful light shining over the seaHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There's a beautiful region just now in my viewHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
There's a glittering star overheadHarriet E. Jones (Author)7
There's a home beyond the JordanHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There's a star in the east, There are songs in the airHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
There's a star overhead, there's a babe in the stallHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
There's a Stranger close beside youHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
There's an old fashioned storyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English5
There's joy in the thought of a raiment of whiteHarriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Though your sins be red like crimsonHarriett E. Jones (Author)English5
Though often our feet may be bleedingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English6
Three hours the earth is filled with gloomHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Through the precious, precious bloodHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Throw to the breeze the bannerHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Thy lead, O Lord, I know is bestHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
'Tis sweet to dwell in love divineHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
'Tis sweet to know that Christ receivesHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
'Tis sweet to know that Jesus cameHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
To save the world the Savior came, Glory, HallelujahHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
To that sweet home for which I longHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
To thee we render thanks and praiseHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Toiler, have you weary grown?Harriet E. Jones (Author)English4
Trusting in the words of JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Unto our God let notes of praiseHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Unto thee I flyHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Upon the cross the Savior died, Upon the cross was crucifiedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Vile and sinful, though thou artHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Way down upon the paths forbiddenMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English3
We are children of a King, wondrous KingHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
We are coming, we are coming, From the east and from the westHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We are happy pilgrims, full of joy and songHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
We are junior workers strongHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We are little blossoms in our Father's gardenHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We are little Christian servants of the Master trueMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We are little soldiers trueHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We are marching hand in handHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We are marching lightHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We are marching right alongHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
We are soldiers in the army of the mighty King of kings (Jones)Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We are willing workers in the open fieldHarriet E. Jones (Author)English9
We are youthful students, learning from the bibleHarriet E. Jones (Author)English10
We can give a cup of waterHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
We come, we come, this festive dayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We come, we come, this hallowed dayHarriet E. Jones (Author)5
We come with songs of gladness to praise our God and KingMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English1
We have a Rock a safe retreatMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English13
We love the Holy Bible, its pages love to scanHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We may brighten paths of woeHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We may plant some blossoms fairHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We must wait, we must work, we must watch, we must prayHarriet E. Jones (Author)4
We shall conquer in the battle for the rightHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We shall cross the rolling tide some sweet day, yes, some sweet dayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English8
We shall gain the shining landMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)4
We shall meet the King of heavenHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We shall reach our home some dayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English9
We shall reach the golden gateMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)2
We will bear each other's burdens and for one another prayHarriet E. Jones (Author)6
We will love the children's Friend, yes, we willMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English4
We'll meet again on Eden's plainsMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)English2
We're a little Christian band (Jones)Harriet E. Jones (Author)4
We're a little sunshine bandHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We're going to hang a tyrantHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We're marching to conquerHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
We're on our way to glory landMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English4
We're sailing in salvation's arkHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
We're under the banner of JesusHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
What can sweetly fill my soulMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)English6
What rejoicing there will be, when beyond the silent seaHarriet E. Jones (Author)3
When dreary shadows veil my skiesHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
When I would count my blessingsHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When Jesus comes in his gloryMrs. Harriet Jones (Author)2
When the burdened heart relentsHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
When the call from the skies bids the blood washed ariseHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When the pearly gates unfold, over there, over thereHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When the saints march in for the crowningHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When the shadows round me gatherHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When the sinner turns from sinH. E. Jones (Author)English8
When the toiling time is endedHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When the toiling time is over here belowHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When the working time is overMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
When we reach the fields of EdenHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
While on our earthly journeyHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
While sailing over the waters wideHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Who will forth to lead the childrenHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Will you come to the feast? Will you sup with the Lord?Harriet E. Jones (Author)English8
With joy we come and gladly singHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Within thy courts, O Lord, We meet this sacred dayHarriet E. Jones (Author)English3
Witness for Jesus, His name confessMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Would you bear the welcome plauditMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Would you claim the sweet promise of JesusH. Jones (Author)2
Would you go rejoicing onHarriet E. Jones (Author)English6
Would you labor for the Master, Doing good along the way?Mrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Would you live for evermoreHarriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Ye men of God, to arms, to arms!Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Ye saints of God, rejoice and singHarriet E. Jones (Author)2
Ye servants of Jesus, awake from your sleepMrs. Harriet E. Jones (Author)English2
Ye slumbering Christians, arouse ye, awakeMrs. H. E. Jones (Author)4
You're sailing toward the fearful rapidsHarriet E. Jones (Author)English9
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