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Zion's Onward March

Author: H. R. J. Meter: 7.7.11.7.7.11 with refrain Appears in 4 hymnals First Line: In the land of Galilee Refrain First Line: Forward, forward are they marching Lyrics: 1 In the land of Galilee, Look! what is it that we see? Surely, something more than common is at hand; Multitudes of people pass, ’Tis a mighty, moving mass, Moved by pow’r that’s more than mortal to command. Refrain: Forward, forward are they marching, As the years still come and go; As they’re marching hear them sing, “We are following our King, He’s our Leader and no other will we know.” 2 Eighteen hundred years and more, Land to land, from shore to shore, With the King of glory always in the lead; Through the fire and through the blood Persecution’s awful flood Thins their ranks, but still they onward do proceed. [Refrain] 3 Through the darkness, through the light, Through twelve hundred years of night, But the morning of the day doth now appear; See the mighty blood-washed throng, Marching on with shout and song, The full day of final vict’ry draweth near. [Refrain] 4 Through the dark and cloudy day They’re still marching on their way, See their numbers are increasing more and more; The three days and half are past, Light sublime has come at last— ’Tis revealing that the cloudy day is o’er. [Refrain] 5 Now they’ve reached the evening light, Clothed in robes of snowy white, Still they’re marching on to certain victory; Satan’s hosts they now defy, “God has conquered!” hear them cry, As they reach the borders of eternity. [Refrain] Scripture: Revelation 11:2 Used With Tune: [In the land of Galilee] Text Sources: Timeless Truths (http://library.timelesstruths.org/music/Zions_Onward_March); Faith Publishing House, Evening Light Songs, 1949, edited 1987 (16); The Gospel Trumpet Company, Select Hymns, 1911 (443)

Zion's pilgrims, robed and ready

Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: We are pilgrims robed and ready

Zion's praise

Author: S. Althea Berrie Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: There's a song that I am singing Refrain First Line: All the way, day by day

Zion's song

Author: Charles S. Stevens Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: I love to hear the new, new song Refrain First Line: We shall all join that song

Zion's Travellers

Appears in 11 hymnals First Line: Tell us, O women, we would know Refrain First Line: Friends of the Bridegroom, we shall reign
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Zion's Triumphant Song

Author: D. O. T. Meter: 8.5.8.5.7.7.7.7 Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Zion's songs of peace are sounding Refrain First Line: Hear the song, the joyful song Lyrics: 1 Zion’s songs of peace are sounding Now again on earth; Come the ransomed, shouting homeward, All of heav’nly birth. Refrain: Hear the song, the joyful song, Sung by saints ten thousand strong; Join with them, the strain prolong— Zion’s glad triumphant song. 2 Zion’s songs of glorious triumph Sing with joyful voice; Babel’s fallen, hallelujah! Hear the saints rejoice. [Refrain] 3 Zion’s song of joy and gladness On my ear now falls, And eternal peace and pleasure Dwell within her walls. [Refrain] 4 Zion’s songs of truth and freedom Sound from shore to shore; For her bondage great is ended Now forevermore. [Refrain] Scripture: Psalm 106:47 Used With Tune: [Zion's songs of peace are sounding] Text Sources: Timeless Truths (http://library.timelesstruths.org/music/Zions_Triumphant_Song); The Gospel Trumpet Company, Songs of Grace and Glory, 1918 (110); Harlan D. Sorrell, The " Last Reformation" Truth in Song (19)

Zions vægter hæver Røsten

Author: Philipp Nicolai; M. B. Landstad Appears in 8 hymnals

ZION'S WALLS

Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Come, fathers and mothers Used With Tune: ZION'S WALLS

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