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The Lord of hosts is with us

Hymnal: A Hymnal and Service Book for Sunday Schools, Day Schools, Guilds, Brotherhoods, etc. #504 (1893) Hymnal Title: A Hymnal and Service Book for Sunday Schools, Day Schools, Guilds, Brotherhoods, etc. First Line: Advance! advance! the day is come Tune Title: S. EDWARD, CONFESSOR
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Advance! advance! the day is come

Hymnal: Voices of Praise #330 (1883) Meter: Irregular Hymnal Title: Voices of Praise Lyrics: 1 Advance! advance! the day is come To sing our Maker's praises; Each thankful heart in faith and hope, The strain of joy upraises: In robes all pure and white We chase the shades of night, The gloom shall pass away Before the dawn of day; The Lord of Hosts is with us. 2 Advance! Advance! though sore the strife, Though timid hearts are quailing, The Lord of Hosts doth lead our van, And He is all availing: With His blest Presence near, No mortal foe we fear; Our Captain goes before, 'Mid strife of battle sore; The Lord of Hosts is with us. 3 Advance! Advance! nor gaze behind, Nor deem the pathway weary; The Leader's footsteps print the track, Through all that region dreary: In faith we follow on, We treat where He has gone; The stormy wind may rave, The stormy wind we brave; The Lord of Hosts is with us. 4 Advance! Advance! lift up your hearts! The sky above doth lighten; Most dark around the shadows fall, Ere rays of dawn may brighten: The night is dark and chill, The dawn is on the hill, We reek not of the night, 'Twill soon be warm and bright; The Lord of Hosts is with us. 5 Advance! Advance! ah, dearest Lord, 'Tis Thou, 'tis Thou dost lead us; 'Tis Thou dost point the narrow way, 'Tis Thou dost tend, dost feed us; No power, no might have we, Our strength is all of Thee; At morn, at eventide, Our aid, our hope, our guide. Great Lord of Hosts be with us. Amen. Topics: Festivals Languages: English Tune Title: S. EDWARD, CONFESSOR

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