Thomas H. Nelson

Short Name: Thomas H. Nelson
Full Name: Nelson, Thomas H. (Thomas Hiram), 1863-
Birth Year: 1863
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Texts by Thomas H. Nelson (50)sort ascendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
With empty hands, O, Heaven I comeT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
"Will you save me, mister, will you?"Thos. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Where is the flame of love divineThomas H. Nelson (Author)English4
Where hast thou gleaned today, sinnerThomas H. Nelson (Author)English2
When the old prophetic mantle had upon Elisha fellThos. H. Nelson (Author)English11
When the brightest rays are falling sweetly on life's placid seaThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
When on wings of faith we riseT. H. Nelson (Author)English4
When I gave all to JesusThomas H. Nelson (Author)English4
Weep for the wayward throngT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Tramping on through the land is a chain gang processingThomas H. Nelson (Author)English2
Tossed on a troubled streamT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Today the Savior calls! ye wanderers comeT. H. Nelson (Author (Chorus))English1
'Tis the Savior's call, and it comes to allT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Through love for me, Christ left His throneT. H. Nelson (Author)English2
Thou art coming, O, my Savior, Thou art coming, Christ my LordT. H. Nelson (Author)English4
There is a land where nature singsThomas H. Nelson (Author)English2
The sun that rose on eastern plainsThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
The Savior is leading me, glorious thoughtThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
The homeland over yonderThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
The harvest is past, and the summer is overThos. H. Nelson (Author)English3
The agony, the sweat of bloodThos. H. Nelson (Author)English2
Speed away, speed away, O ye heralds of light, To the millions now dyingThomas H. Nelson (Author)English11
She a few months ago was the belle of the villageThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
See two sailors bravely battlingThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
Rest, worker, rest, thy toilsome task is doneT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Once she was pure as the sunbeamT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
O, where is the child of other yearsThos. H. Nelson (Author)English3
O, to range the sweet plains on the banks of the riverT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
O, for the vital, mighty faithT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Make me like thee, O LordT. H. Nelson (Author)English4
I've found the promised fountain filled with bloodT. H. Nelson (Author)English5
I've found the open fountainT. H. Nelson (Author)English7
It was not the din of battleThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
It was joy to the world when the Virgin did layThos. H. Nelson (Author)English3
It is safe to be a DanielThomas H. Nelson (Author)English4
I turned from all my sinful ways, and gave myself to GodThomas H. Nelson (Author)English2
I sat 'mid the tombs by the highwayT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
I once was in bondage to SatanThos. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Hark! the herald angels sing, Christ is here, Christ is hereThos. H. Nelson (Author)English3
God's light has now revealedT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
God speed the day when thousands shall ariseThomas H. Nelson (Author)English6
Estranged from God and lost in sinT. H. Nelson (Author)English4
Darkness veils the friendly lighthouseT. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Come home with me, father, this favor we askT. H. Nelson (Author)English2
Christ has the ransom paidThos. H. Nelson (Author)English3
Christ has atonement for me fully madeT. H. Nelson (Author)English5
Be quiet, soul, nor question thouThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
An alien from God, from the peace I should winThomas H. Nelson (Author)English3
All peace departed from my lifeThos. H. Nelson (Author)English4
All my springs are found in TheeThomas H. Nelson (Author)English2
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