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Ira F. Stanphill

Short Name: Ira F. Stanphill
Full Name: Stanphill, Ira F., 1920-1993
Birth Year: 1920
Death Year: 1993

Wikipedia Biography

Ira Forest Stanphill (February 14, 1914 – December 30, 1993) was a well-known American gospel music songwriter of the mid-twentieth century.

Texts by Ira F. Stanphill (35)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
أجهل ما سوف يأتي في الغد أو بعدهIra F. Stanphill (Author)Arabic1
God can do anything, anything, anythingIra Stanphill, 1914-1994 (Author)English8
Gozo es conocer a CristoIra F. Stanphill (1914-1993) (Author)Spanish2
Happiness is to know the SaviorI. F. S. (Author)11
Has the burden been too heavyIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
He washed my eyes with tearsI. F. S. (Author)6
How often we have gathered at old campmeeting timeIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
I can be strong, I can be braveIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
I can’t make my way to heavenI. F. S. (Author)2
I don't know about tomorrowIra F. Stanphill, 1914- (Author)English32
I long to gain my treasures waiting upon the other sideIra F. Stanphill (Author)3
I traveled alone upon this lonesome wayI. F. S. (Author)4
I traveled down a lonely roadIra F. Stanphill, 1920-1993 (Author)English9
I want a love that silver cannot buyIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
I was tested by the tempterIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
I'm just a little fellowIra F. Stanphill (Author)3
I'm satisfied with just a cottage belowIra F. Stanphill (Author)English26
Inside those pearly gatesIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
La cruz en que Cristo murióIra F. Stanphill (Author)Spanish3
Mansión gloriosa tengo yo en el cieloIra F. Stanphill (Author)Spanish3
Nada sé sobre el futuroIra F. Stanphill (Author)English2
No hay satisfacción en riqueza mundanalI. S. (Author)2
Once I feared the storm and feared the nightIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
Sometimes there's heartacheIra F. Stanphill (Author)2
The cross upon which Jesus diedIra F. Stanphill (Author)English33
There was no crown for him of silver or of goldIra F. Stanphill (Author)5
There's no satisfaction in riches or in fameIra F. Stanphill (Author)4
Though shadows deepen and my heart bleedsI. S. (Author)6
Unworthy am I of the grace that he gaveIra F. Stanphill (Author)6
Viajaba en triste soledadI. F. S. (Author)Spanish4
我不知明日將如何 (Wǒ bùzhī míngrì jiàng rúhé)Ira F. Stanphill (Author)Chinese2
我曾行在孤單路上,擔子重壓肩頭 (Wǒ céng xíng zài gūdān lùshàng, dànzi zhòng yā jiāntóu)Ira F. Stanphill (Author)Chinese2
Many years ago in days of childhoodIra F. Stanphill (Author)8
Wherever I may travelI. F. S. (Author)2
You can have a melody down in your heartIra F. Stanphill (Author)4

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