John A. Lee

Short Name: John A. Lee
Full Name: Lee, John A. (Alfred), 1866-1952
Birth Year: 1866
Death Year: 1952
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Texts by John A. Lee (98)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A better home awaits me there, When done with earth and all its careJ. A. Lee (Author)English3
After the battles of earth are o'erJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Are you in the Lord abidingJ. A. L. (Author)2
Be a little sunbeam along life's wayJ. A. Lee (Author)4
Beautiful mansion, O so fairJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Beyond this sphere where mortals treadJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Bright and firm in what you doJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Brother, look well to your mission belowJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Come and join us in the service of the LordJ. A. Lee (Author)4
Deal gently, Lord, with me todayRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
Fear not, my soul, no want can e'er be thineJ. A. Lee (Author)2
He dwells with me in passing yearsJ. A. Lee (Author)2
He is swifter than the swiftest, when He comes our souls to takeJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Hear ye his loving, tender voiceJ. A. Lee (Author)1
Heaven will be the best of allJ. A. Lee (Author)4
Holy Spirit, Dove divine, Hear my earnest pleaRev. J. A. Lee (Author)English2
How often in life's journey here belowJ. A. Lee (Author)2
I am longing for the coming of the morningJ. A. Lee (Author)2
I am walking in the light, to that country fair and brightJ. A. L. (Author)1
I belong to the Savior todayRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
I feel that I am homeward boundJ. A. Lee (Author)3
I have found a Friend indeedJ. A. Lee (Author)1
I often think where loved ones goJ. A. Lee (Author)3
I shall some day cross the riverJ. A. Lee (Author)3
I soon and forever shall be crossing the streamJ. A. Lee (Author)2
I'll be with my Savior over thereJ. A. Lee (Author)3
I'll try to do good in the world while I liveRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
In Jesus my hope is secureJ. A. Lee (Author)2
In the morning, over yonder In the coutnry bright and fairJ. A. Lee (Author)2
In the preaching and the pleadingJ. A. L. (Author)5
It makes a heaven down here belowJohn A. Lee (Author)English2
It's Christ the Lord, and His holy WordJ. Leem (Author)3
I've had a glimpse of Jesus todayJ. A. L. (Author)2
Jesus, my Savior, Friend and GuideJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Just a little sunshine is what we need todayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Let your light so shine, my brotherJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Live for Jesus every day, As we journey on the wayJohn A. Lee (Author)English3
My Savior knows where I should goJ. A. Lee (Author)2
My sins were so great that no tongue could tellRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
No more sickness, death and painJ. A. L. (Author)2
O come to the cross and behold the dear LambJ. A. Lee (Author)1
O I often think todayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
O I was saved through mother's prayerRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
O praise his holy name, he took my sins awayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
O sinner, hear the invitation that's offered nowJ. A. Lee (Author)2
O teach me Lord thy will to knowJ. A. Lee (Author)3
O tell of the Savior, His wonderful loveRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
O the loved ones who have left usJ. A. Lee (Author)3
O the time is drawing near, When our Lord shall reappearJohn A. Lee (Author)English2
O weary one in pent of clayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
O what a meeting that will be, When gathered there from land and seaJ. A. Lee (Author)2
One of these days our troubles will ceaseRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
Open wide the bolted doorRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
Our Lord gave His life and His orders, tooJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Our race will soon be run, dear wifeJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Over the billows and over the seaJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Repent today, tomorrow's rising sunL. A. J. (Arranger)1
Seeking the lost, He is seeking todayJ. A. Lee (Author)3
Some day I will in glory wakeJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Some day, some time, I know not whenRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
Some happy day, some better timeJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Sometimes, when clouds before thee riseJ. A. Lee (Author)3
The Lord supplies my daily needJ. A. Lee (Author)3
The Savior's with me now todayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
The story that never grows oldRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
The triumphs of our God are everywhere todayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
There is a home in heaven above, Where all are free from sin and woeJ. A. Lee (Author)2
There is a land that's always bright and fairJ. A. Lee (Author)3
There is a land without a storm We all are hastening onJ. A. Lee (Author)2
There is a Savior that's waiting for theeJ. A. Lee (Author)2
There is joy in the thought of a mansion aboveJ. A. Lee (Author)2
There was a time I had no hopeRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
There'll be rejoicing in that dayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
There's a light that's shining bright, my brotherJ. A. Lee (Author)1
This beautiful morning we must goJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Up in that land where the glorified dwellJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Walk in wisdom's path todayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
We are gliding along life's weary wayJ. A. Lee (Author)2
We are traveling home today, to that land of light and loveJ. A. Lee (Author)3
We know not how soon his return will beJ. A. Lee (Author)English1
We shall lay the armor downJ. A. L. (Author)2
We shall meet the loved ones yonderJ. A. Lee (Author)2
We'll all be gone tomorrowJohn A. Lee (Author)English2
We're on our way to heaven aboveJ. A. Lee (Author)2
What shall we do in heaven aboveJ. A. Lee (Author)2
When does with earth and every taskJ. A. Lee (Author)2
When I close my earthly pilgrimage, to that bright home I'll goJ. A. Lee (Author)2
When I leave this earthly homeJ. A. Lee (Author)2
When I think of this worldJ. A. Lee (Author)3
When in affliction's valley I'm passing throughJ. A. L. (Author)2
When my final farewell to the world I have saidRev. J. A. Lee (Author)1
When the Master shall call me from service belowRev. J. A. Lee (Author)2
When this world's cares are over and I'm coming home to restJ. A. L. (Author)2
When we reach our home up thereJ. A. Lee (Author)3
When we reach that peaceful shore over thereJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Why should mortals doubt and fearJ. A. Lee (Author)3
With his love overflowingJ. A. Lee (Author)2
Wonderful time, we are going to seeJ. A. Lee (Author)2

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