W. T. Dale

W. T. Dale
Short Name: W. T. Dale
Full Name: Dale, W. T. (William Thomas), 1845-1924
Birth Year: 1845
Death Year: 1924
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Texts by W. T. Dale (195)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A door was once opened to sinners lostWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
A few more years shall sweep awayW. T. Dale (Author)English2
A Pharisee came to the Savior by nightWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
"Abide with us," the evening shades descendW. T. Dale (Author)English2
All nations praise the Lord, Ye gentile, laud His nameW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Amid the fury of the blastW. T. Dale (Author)English3
Are you marching on to gloryW. T. Dale (Author)English6
Ask, for the Father is ready to hear (Dale)William Thomas Dale (Author)English8
Behold! bless ye the Lord, Ye servants of our GodW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Behold the Lamb of God, That takes our sins awayW. T. Dale (Author)English3
Behold the sure Foundation, God in Zion laidW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Blest is each one that fears the Lord, And walks in all His waysW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Blest man who doth refuseW. T. Dale (Author)English2
By Babel's rivers we reclinedW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Chime on, sweet bells, your music to swellW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Christians, up! our Lord is callingWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
Cling close to the Rock, when the tempest is nearW. T. Dale (Author)English12
Closer to Thee, O blessed RedeemerWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
Come, children, you must love the LordW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Don't you hear the harps of gloryW. T. D. (Author)English3
Encamped on the hills of gloryW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Faith of our fathers, dear the namesWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)2
Far from my home in this strange landWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English8
Far from my home with strangersW. T. Dale (Author)English2
From Galilee the Savior cameW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Full oft I've heard this gentle whisperW. T. Dale (Author)English6
Go forth, ye heralds of the crossRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English3
Go wash at that fountain of cleansingRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English6
God has our strength and refuge provedW. T. Dale (Author)English3
God will our strength and refuge prove, In straits a present aid (Dale)W. T. Dale (Author)English2
God's praise within His temple raiseW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Gone, but not lost, our brother dearWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
Gone from our vision, To that land so bright and fairRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English4
Great God, lift up Thy handWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
Hark, I hear a voice that's callingWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
Hark, I hear the noise of battleWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)2
Hark! 'tis a song of the angels I hearWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
Have you heard what Jesus said to meWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English10
Hear them shouting as they landW. T. Dale (Author)English2
High let the song of triumph riseW. T. Dale (Author)English2
High raise your heads, ye lofty gatesWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
Hold out to the last for JesusW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, Shed abroad a Savior's loveW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Hosanna to the Son of David, The Hebrew children sweetly sangWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English10
How blest the man who doth not strayW. T. Dale (Author)English2
How blest the man who doth refuseW. T. Dale (Author)English2
How blest the man who never straysW. T. Dale (Author)English2
How long we've been waiting and watching for TheeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English7
How long wilt Thou forget me, Lord? How long shall I complain?W. T. Dale (Author)English2
How lovely are Thy dwellings, Lord, O how I long for Thine abodeW. T. Dale (Author)English2
How lovely is Thy dwelling place, O Lord of hosts, my GodW. T. Dale (Author)English2
How pleasant is the sight, Where brethren all agree (Dale)William Thomas Dale (Author)English3
I am a little orphan boy, I'm left without a friendRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English4
I am a little pilgrim, I'm seeking for my homeW. T. Dale (Author)English3
I am a pilgrim strangerWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English6
I am going to heaven, my homeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
I am just from Jesus, who has cleansed my soulWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English39
I am nearing the port, I will soon be at homeRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English16
I am on my journey homeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English14
I am sweeping through the gates, Through the gates of purest goldW. T. Dale (Author)English14
I am the Rose of Sharon, The lily of the valeW. T. Dale (Author)English6
I am the Way, through me aloneW. T. Dale (Author)English2
I had wandered away from the SaviorW. T. D. (Arranger)English1
I have heard the sweet story of Jesus tonightWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English6
I have started for the kingdom, I am on my journey homeW. T. D. (Author)English16
I to the hills will lift mine eyes, Where all my help and succor liesW. T. Dale (Author)English2
I will adore my God and KingW. T. Dale (Author)English2
I would love Thee, blessed Jesus, I would lean upon Thy breastW. T. Dale (Arranger)English2
I'll cling to Thee my dearest LordW. T. Dale (Author)English2
I'll die a shouting glory, gloryW. T. Dale (Author)English2
I'm a pilgrim here below, Traveling through this vale of woeW. T. Dale (Author)English6
I'm alone in the world, I am weary of lifeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
In God I put my trustW. T. Dale (Author)English2
In Jehovah I confideW. T. Dale (Author)English2
In my Father's house on highRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English3
In the high and holy mountainsW. T. Dale (Author)English3
"It is finished!" so He criedW. T. Dale (Author)English4
Jehovah, bless us in Thy graceW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Jehovah is my constant guideRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English3
Jehovah reigns, let earth rejoice, The isles exult with cheerful voiceW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Jehovah said to meW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Jehovah to Messiah saidW. T. Dale (Author)English2
"Jesus wept," He wept for meW. T. Dale (Author)English5
Just waiting the summons to welcome me homeRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English14
Let all created mortals singW. T. Dale (Author)1
Let gentile nations praise the LordW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Let songs of praise fill the skyW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Live here in this lone vale of sorrowW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Lord, bless me, and make me a blessingWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
Lord, bless our temperance bandW. T. Dale (Author)English5
Lord God of Jacob, rich in graceW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Lord, hear me while I singW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Lord, make room for a little childW. T. Dale (Author)English3
Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling place Through all the ages past (Dale)W. T. Dale (Author)English2
Must Jesus bear the cross aloneW. T. Dale (Author (Chorus))English1
"My days are past," the hour is comeW. T. Dale (Author)English2
My God, my God, why now forsake, And stand from me so far?W. T. Dale (Author)English2
My God, to Thee betimesW. T. Dale (Author)English2
My Shepherd and my FriendW. T. Dale (Author)English2
My Shepherd is the Lord Most High, And I no want shall knowW. T. Dale (Author)English2
My Shepherd is the Lord Most High, And all my wants shall be supplied (Dale)W. T. Dale (Author)English2
My soul is filled with gloryW. T. Dale (Author)1
My trust is in the Lord Most HighW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Now the song of triumph I will singRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English4
Nun hab' ich gefunden, was mein Herz erfreutW. T. Dale (Author)German1
O all ye nations, clap your handsW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O father, dear father, come homeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)2
O God of Jacob, rich in graceW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lamb of God, I come to Thee, I come to Thee, I come to TheeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English8
O Lord, bowed down with grief and careW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lord, have I a haughty heart?W. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lord, I come before Thee nowW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lord, into my closet nowW. T. Dale (Author)English3
O Lord, my foes are multiplied, They close on me on every sideW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lord, our Lord, through all the worldW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lord, to me Thy ways make knownW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lord, to us Thy mercy show, And cause Thy face on us to shineW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Lord, we love Thy Sabbaths hereW. T. Dale (Author)English3
O my brother, have you been to Beulah land?William Thomas Dale (Author)3
O praise the Lord, my soul, I'll praise God while I liveW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O righteous God, I come to TheeW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O Zion, built above, My rest and my delightW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O all ye nations, praise the Lord, All people laud with sweet accordW. T. Dale (Author)English2
O God, our fathers' God, to TheeW. T. Dale (Author)English4
O, where is now our brother dear?W. T. Dale (Author)English4
On God I called with heart resignedWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
On the way from Jerusalem, Down the Jericho roadWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English6
One hundred years ago, in the old log houseWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
One sweetly solemn thought (Cary)Rev. W. T. Dale (Arranger)English2
One sweetly solemn thought (Dale)W. T. Dale (Author)English2
Our God is merciful and kindW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Over Jordan we shall meetWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English52
Praise waits for Thee on Zion's hillW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Rally 'round our Banner, friendsW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Resist not the Spirit, but yield to Him nowWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English34
See the Savior as He goesW. T. Dale (Author)English6
Shall I be condemned foreverWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English6
"Spirit whispers," how they cheer usW. T. Dale (Author)English5
Sweet haven of rest, The home of the blestWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
Sweet land of rest beyond this valeW. T. Dale (Author)English3
Tarry with us, blessed JesusWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English14
The Baptist by the Jordan stoodW. T. Dale (Author)English3
The earth with all its wealth is God'sW. T. Dale (Author)English2
The homeward path I slowly takeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
The Lord my Shepherd will provide, For all my wants while here belowW. T. Dale (Author)English2
The Lord upholdeth all that fall, And makes the bowed and helpless standW. T. Dale (Author)English2
The Lord's my shepherd and my guideRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English4
The Master calls, is calling meW. T. Dale (Author)English2
The peals of midnight bellsWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
The time has come when we must partWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)2
There is a fountain opened wide, Whence streams of living waters flowW. T. Dale (Author)English4
There is a healing, cleansing tideWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
There is a land of grand delightW. T. Dale (Author)English2
There is a rest for saints aboveW. T. Dale (Author)English2
There is joy among the angels who surround the throne aboveWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
There shall be showers of blessing, Falling like rain from aboveWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English9
There'll be light in the valley when Jesus comesWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
There's a great Judgment Day that is coming we knowWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English29
There's a home far away in that beautiful landW. T. D. (Author)English6
There's rest beyond the tideWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
They need no sun in the new JerusalemWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
Thousands lie in sin and sorrowW. T. D. (Author)English4
'Tis good to bear afflictionW. T. Dale (Author)English2
'Tis sweet to die and be with JesusW. T. Dale (Author)English2
To mark the sufferings of the babeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)2
Train up a child in wisdom's waysW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Up to the hills I'll lift my eyes, From whence shall come my aidW. T. Dale (Author)English3
We come today with brightest flowersWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
We have met today on the Old Camp GroundW. T. Dale (Author)English2
We have met today on the old campgroundWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English1
We have often met together, in sweet fellowship belowRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English3
We know that when this earthly frameW. T. Dale (Author)English2
We must have the same religionWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English4
"Weep not for her," the Savior saidW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Weeping may last for a night in the valeWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English8
We'll wait till Jesus comes, When dark temptations riseRev. W. T. Dale (Author)English5
We'll work till Jesus comesWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)2
What a shout will rise, Through the opening skiesWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
What crowds of angels fill the skyW. T. Dale (Author)English2
What crowds of them! What crowds of them!W. T. Dale (Author)English2
What glory fills my soul tonightW. T. Dale (Author)English2
When bowed with afflictions and woes here belowWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English18
When persecutions rage aroundWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
When that awful day shall come and the Judge appearsW. T. Dale (Author)English9
When the dark night of this life shall be overRev. W. T. Dale (Author)2
When Zion's bondage God recalledW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Where Babel's current flowsWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English3
Who shall ascend the hill of God, And dwell in His divine abode?W. T. Dale (Author)English2
Who will carry me over the riverWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English7
Whosoever will, O come, come todayWilliam Thomas Dale (Author)English5
Why do the nations rage? Why do the nations mind?W. T. Dale (Author)English2
Will you meet me at the doorW. T. Dale (Author)English3
With shouts address the Lord on highW. T. Dale (Author)English2
Write, blessed are the dead, Who die in Christian faithW. T. D. (Author)English6
Ye Christians, rise, your work pursueW. T. Dale (Author)English2

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