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269. Satan skal Støvet trædes

1 Satan skal i Støvet trædes
Ængstet Hjerte atter glædes,
Synge Herren Lov og Pris!
Mangen Strid dog her mig venter,
Før jeg Seirens Palme henter
Evig i Guds Paradis.

2 Naar til mig den onde Frister,
Falsk og fuld af Løgn sig lister,
For at Føre mig i Fald:
Hjælp, o hjælp mig, Frelser kjære,
Sværd at bruge, Skjold at bære,
Saa jeg ikke segne skal!

3 I mit Hjerte, paa min Tunge
Lad dit Ord om Seier sjunge,
Og til raabe Satan vig!
Medens Engle fra dit Rige
I den haarde Stund nedstige,
Paa dit Bud at tjene mig!

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First Line: Satan skal Støvet trædes
Author: J. N. Frantzen
Language: Norwegian
Publication Date: 1897
Topic: Første Søndag i Faste: Til Høimesse; First Sunday in Lent: High Mass; Tredie Søndag efter Hellig Tre-Kongers Dag: Til Hoimesse (4 more...)
Notes: Som: Naglet vil et Kors paa Jorden (Nr. 232)
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