Mrs. R. N. Turner

Short Name: Mrs. R. N. Turner
Full Name: Turner, R. N., Mrs., 1857-1957
Birth Year: 1857
Death Year (est.): 1957

Fronie Bell Turner, married to Rev. R. N. Turner, pastor in the Protestant Episcopal Church.


Texts by Mrs. R. N. Turner (165)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A word there is, divineR. N. Turner (Author)2
All glory attend thee, all praises be thineR. N. Turner (Author)2
All hail, sweet day of restR. N. T. (Author)2
All hail to the Prince of lifeR. N. Turner (Author)4
Are you building your foundationMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
Are you weary of the fettersMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
As morning's glowing lightT. (Author)1
Awake, arise, the morn is brightMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Awake, my soul, thy sacred songMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)6
Awake to the conflict, awakeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Before Thee, O Father, our souls would draw nearMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
Behold the mighty King rides onMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Bright the summer sun is shiningR. N. Turner (Author)2
Brighter than the sunlightR. N. Turner (Author)2
Christ is calling us to actionMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Come all who love the Lord indeedMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)5
Come and labor for the Master (Turner)Mrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Come sing to his glory exultingly singMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Crownrd in thy glory, and clothrd in thy powrrMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English2
Dear friends and brothers allMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Dear Lord, may I comeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Early in the morning When the glorious sunR. N. Turner (Author)2
Every little kindly deedMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
Fair autumn sits lightlyMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Forward moves the armyMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English3
Fount of life, foreverR. N. T. (Author)1
Gather up the blossomsR. N. Turner (Author)2
Go forth and work for JesusR. N. T. (Author)1
God of our fatherland, throned in thy mightMrs.R. N. Turner (Author)2
Happy day of joy, returningMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
Hark, the carols from the skyMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Hark, the church of Christ is callingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Hark, we hear the tidings ringMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
Have you fallen in life's struggleMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
He calleth little children forthMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
He leadeth me, I need not fearMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Heavenly gates are opened wideR. N. T. (Author)2
Holy Comforter, draw nearMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Holy Spirit, Still descendingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
How blest was the life once lived upon earthMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English15
How bright the hourMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
How firm on the hillsMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
How sweet is the hour of communionR. N. Turner (Author)3
How sweet is the thought of our GodMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
I hail the day of sacred joyMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)6
I know not whether in dreams of nightR. N. T. (Author)2
I open wide my door belovedMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
I was a wanderer once from homeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
I was wandering once afarR. N. Turner (Author)2
If we kept aloft in beautyR. N. Turner (Author)2
In the battlefield of life (Turner)Mrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
In the blessed foldMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
In the early morning we will sow the precious seed (Turner)Mrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English2
In the hush of early morningFronie B. Turner (Author)17
In the pastures green and shadyMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Is there room for all the childrenMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English4
Jesus calls you to his kingdomMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
Jesus, dear and hallowed nameMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
Let us now with voice upliftedR. N. T. (Author)2
Lift up, my soul, thy praisesR. N. Turner (Author)7
Light of truth so brightly shiningR. N. T. (Author)2
Listen to the joyous ringing of the bellsMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Looking unto Jesus, as he leads the wayMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)5
Loud let our praises ringMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Love there is that passethR. N. Turner (Author)3
Low at thy footstoolMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
More of thee, Savior, I needR. N. Turner (Author)2
Mother, will the angels keep meMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
My heart would raise a song of praiseMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English2
My Savior hath loved meR. N. Turner (Author)2
Now in a song of thanksgivingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Now over all the glad earth breakingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English2
Open thou mine eyes, dear LordR. N. T. (Author)2
Now with heart and voice upliftedR. N. Turner (Author)2
O beautiful, beautiful home of the blestMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English2
O beautiful Bethlehem, home of the LordMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English4
O beautiful land of our hopes!Mrs. R. N. Turner (Author)1
O come, let us sing unto the LordMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English2
O day of God, how sweetMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O day of resurrectionMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O Father, unto thee aloneR. N. Turner (Author)2
O God of our fathersR. N. Turner (Author)2
O God, when at thy judgment throneR. N. Turner (Author)2
O happy and glad are the days of SpringR. N. Turner (Author)2
O hark, the sweet echoesMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O lift up your hearts, for he comethR. N. Turner (Author)3
O list to the songs that are swellingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
O Lord of the harvestMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O sweet is the story of oldMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
O thou supreme in mightR. N. Turner (Author)2
O thou who dwelleth in the skyR. N. Turner (Author)2
O thou who in goodness createdR. N. Turner (Author)2
O wake the glad songMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O wake the loud anthemMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O welcome sweet hour of devotionMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O what blessed words are theseMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O when shall the childrenR. N. Turner (Author)2
O why dost thou linger so longMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
O, all is beautiful in heavenR. N. T. (Author)2
O, come to the Lord with rejoicingMrs. R. W. Turner (Author)2
O could I, Father, comprehendMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O sweet were the words of the MasterMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
O wake, for the day is pallingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)5
Once more the song of harvest homeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Once more with joy and gladnessMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)5
Once more with joy assembledTurner (Author)2
Once more, with songs of raptureMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English3
Only in the cross of JesusMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Onward, ever onward (Turner)Mrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Our festive day returningR. N. Turner (Author)2
Our hearts look up in loveMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Our parting song of praise and loveMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Over the bridge, the mystical bridgeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English4
Pilgrim, linger not nor stayMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Praise God on the throne of his powerMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
Praise to Thee, mighty OneMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)5
Rejoice in the Lord alwayMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Revive, O Lord, our waiting soulsR. N. Turner (Author)3
Ring out the glad tidings of gloryMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Savior when to thee I fleeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Send the glad tidings forthMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Sing the sweet praises of JesusMrs.R. N. Turner (Author)3
Soldiers of the cross, awakenMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Son of God, eternal OneMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Songs of praise awokeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Strains of music risingR. N. Turner (Author)3
Sweet day of the LordMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Thanks to thee, Almighty GiverR. N. T. (Author)1
The herald is callingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
The Lord's day dawns once moreMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
The love of Christ, so wonderful and holyMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
The loving Savior said to thoseMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
The wayside flower receives the airR. N. Turner (Author)3
There are thousands waiting, waiting for a message from the LordMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
There's a harvest we are gatheringMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
There's a voice calling from farMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
There's joy for the comfortless heartMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
There's victory in JesusR. N. Turner (Author)3
Though Thy mercies over me fallMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)English3
'Twas on that sad, eventfulMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Up to thy throne, O Father aboveMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)4
Upward, through the mists of morningMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Very early in the morn (Turner)Mrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Wake, O wake, the Bridegroom callethMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
Wake once more the song triumphantMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Wake the glad echoesMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
We are fighting for our freedomMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
We are gathering round the bannerMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
We are marching gladly onwardMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
We are marching, marching onwardMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)7
We are passing swiftlyR. N. T. (Author)2
We are sailing on life's ocean (Turner)Mrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
We hail with all gladnessMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
We have met to sing thy praisesMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
What love hat the FatherMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
What music celestial, what melody clearMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
When God created manMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
When I reflect on all the goodMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
When the Savior we love was on earthMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
When weary and worn with the conflict of lifeMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Where flowers of joy are springingMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)2
Who is this that cometh strong in mightMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
Who is this that waitethMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)10
Who will join the noble armyMrs. R. N. Turner (Author)3
Ye who love the blessedR. N. Turner (Author)2
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