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Onward, Christian Soldiers

Author: Rev. S. Baring-Gould Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #214 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer; Christian Work 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; Christian Experience 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; Christian Work 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; Christian Work 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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Live Nearer to Jesus

Author: Alex. S. Arnold Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #112 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer Refrain First Line: In His love we're stronger Languages: English Tune Title: [Live nearer to Jesus]
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The Banner of Truth

Author: T. J. Potter Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #138 (1885) Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer First Line: Brightly gleams our banner Refrain First Line: Brightly gleams our banner Languages: English Tune Title: [Brightly gleams our banner]

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