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Onward, Christian Soldiers

Author: Rev. S. Baring-Gould Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #214 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war Languages: English Tune Title: [Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war]
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Stand Up For Jesus

Author: R. Torrey Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #36 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: Stand up for Jesus, Christian, stand Refrain First Line: Stand up for Jesus, nobly stand Languages: English Tune Title: [Stand up for Jesus, Christian, stand]
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Look to the Light-House

Author: Mrs. E. W. Chapman Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #37 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: A beacon bright the Christian stands Refrain First Line: Look! Look Lyrics: 1 A beacon bright the Christian stands, Upon the shore of time; A lighthouse built on solid rock, That rears its head sublime. Chorus: Look! Look! Look to the light house, sailor, It tells of danger near; Look! Look! Look to the lighthouse, sailor, And guide thy vessel clear. 2 A tower high the Christian stands, A clear and shining light, To cast a gleam across the sea Of earth’s dark, gloomy night. [Chorus] 3 Grand sentinel upon life’s coast, Be faithful, true, and brave; And ever keep your light ablaze, Benighted souls to save. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [A beacon bright the Christian stands]
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Anywhere With Jesus

Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #40 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: Anywhere with Jesus, says the Christian heart Refrain First Line: Anywhere with Jesus, everywhere I go Lyrics: 1 Anywhere with Jesus, says the Christian heart; Let Him take me where He will, so we do not part; Always sitting at His feet, there’s no room for fears; Anywhere with Jesus, in this vale of tears. Chorus: Anywhere with Jesus, ev’rywhere I go; Jesus shall my leader be, while I sojourn below; Always sitting at His feet, there’s no room for fears; Anywhere with Jesus, in this vale of tears. 2 Anywhere with Jesus, tho’ He leadeth me Where the path is rough and long, where dangers be; Tho’ He taketh from me all I love here below, Anywhere with Jesus, gladly will I go. [Chorus] 3 Anywhere with Jesus, though it be the tomb, With its fearful terror, with its dreaded gloom; Though it be the weariness of a long-drawn life, Fainting in the constant toil, drooping in the strife. [Chorus] 4 Anywhere with Jesus, for it cannot be Dreary, dark, or desolate, when He is with me; He will love me alway, ev’ry need He’ll supply; Anywhere with Jesus, should I live or die. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [Anywhere with Jesus, says the Christian heart]
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Better Further On

Author: Asa Hull Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #198 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: A gentle breeze from Eden's land Refrain First Line: It is better, it is better, it is better, it is better Lyrics: 1 A gentle breeze from Eden’s land, Wafts o’er the stream a heavenly song; They’re singing on the shining strand, That it’s better further on. Chorus: “It is better, it is better, it is better, it is better, It is better, it is better, it is better, it is better, It is better further on.” 2 I hear the soft, the glad refrain, I catch the sound and then ‘tis gone; They’re singing o’er and o’er again, “It is better further on.” [Chorus] 3 By faith I look across the main, Where lov’d ones have already gone, Lo! they have caught the sweet refrain, “It is better further on.” [Chorus] 4 Hope ever sings the self-same song, To cheer the pilgrim, worn and wan. Tho’ rough the road and, may be, long, Yet, ‘tis better further on. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [A gentle breeze from Eden's land]
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The Christian Hero

Author: Rev. E. H. Nevin, D.D. Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #29 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: Live on the field of battle Languages: English Tune Title: [Live on the field of battle]
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All for Jesus!

Author: Mary D. James Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #70 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: All for Jesus, all for Jesus Languages: English Tune Title: [All for Jesus, all for Jesus]
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Put On the Armor

Author: Mrs. E. C. Ellsworth Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #81 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: Put on the armor of our God Refrain First Line: Then stand! stand firm, defy the foe Lyrics: 1 Put on the armor of our God, Be strong to do His will; Dare not go forth for once unarmed, Thy foes would do thee ill. Chorus: Then stand! stand firm, defy the foe! Thou in the Master’s strength shalt go, Enduring to the end Then stand! stand firm, defy the foe, Enduring to the end. 2 Put on the armor, girt with truth, The work is not thine own; Bind to thy heart the law of God, Fulfilled by Christ alone. [Chorus] 3 Put on the armor; shod with peace Thy feet shall firm endure; Tho’ snares beset and thorns shall pierce, He makes Thy footsteps sure. [Chorus] 4 Put on the armor; take thy shield, Faith in the risen Lord; Once pierced with darts still aimed at thee, He conquers with a word. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [Put on the armor of our God]
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Will It, O Lord, Be Mine?

Author: Mrs. E. C. Ellsworth Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #83 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: There's joy for the soul when the Master has come Lyrics: 1 There’s joy for the soul when the Master has come, Will it be mine? Will it be mine? There’s joy in reunion, when all are at home, Will it, O Lord, be mine? Joy in the welcome to yonder bright shore, Joy in the meetings where partings are o’er; Joy in the greeting of friends gone before, Will it, O Lord, be mine? Will it be mine? Will it be mine? Will it, O Lord, be mine? 2 There’s rest for the soul when its race has been run, Will it be mine? Will it be mine? There’s rest for the soul when with sin it has done, Will it, O Lord, be mine? Rest for the weary, with burdens oppressed, Rest for the toiler, with patience possessed, Rest in the Lord, O the sweetest and best Will it, O Lord, be mine? Will it be mine? Will it be mine? Will it, O Lord, be mine? Languages: English Tune Title: [There's joy for the soul when the Master has come]
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Trust In God

Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #102 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: What tho' the fig-tree blossoms not Refrain First Line: Oh, praise His name! His glories sing Lyrics: 1 What tho’ the fig-tree blossoms not, Nor fruits adorn the olive grove? What tho’ it be my fearful lot, ‘Midst barren vines and fields to rove? Tho’ bleating flocks no more I see, Nor herds within the stall appear; Yet, still in God my trust shall be, I’ll serve Him more from love than fear. Chorus: Oh, praise His name! His glories sing! Celestial joy shall tune your voice; Behold He reigns your God and King, In Him rejoice! in Him rejoice! 2 ‘Tis surely in His love alone, The Lord our God His judgment sends; In all His ways is mercy shown, Throughout the earth’s remotest ends. So let us then our banners raise, To all the world His love proclaim; The God of our salvation praise, With triumph in His holy name. [Chorus] 3 What though thro’ death’s dominion lies The path that leads to yonder rest, Yet, still my song of praise shall rise To Him whose hand my soul hath blest. Yea, though I pass the shades of death, With clouds and darkness overcast, I’ll praise Him with my latest breath, For O, He loves us to the last. [Chorus] 4 I know that my Redeemer lives; I know that He ascends on high; In love His children He forgives, And wipes the tears from ev’ry eye. Hosanna to His name I’ll sing, In whom such goodness I have found; My light, my joy, my everything; Let saints and men His praise resound. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [What tho' the fig-tree blossoms not]

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