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Oh, Christians! leagued together

Author: Lillian Weaver Cassaday Hymnal: Book of Worship with Hymns and Tunes #532 (1899) Meter: Irregular Topics: Christian conflict Lyrics: 1 Oh, Christians! leagued together To battle for the right, Arise and don your armor, Put the foe to flight, We’ve given our allegiance To serve without surcease The mighty Lord of Armies And gentle Prince of Peace. Refrain All hail, our glorious Saviour, Our lives for Thee make bold, Beneath our Luther ensign, Black, red, white, blue and gold. 2 Then onward be the war cry And onward still, so long As we have self to conquer, Souls to cheer with song. Let sound the martial music, Ring out the bugle call To rally for the conflict Our people one and all! [Refrain] 3 We proudly bear as banner A cross within the heart To show that we have chosen Christ, the better part. Then joy and peace and comfort Shall blossom as a rose Until our earthly blessings The worth of heaven disclose. [Refrain] Tune Title: PACTUM
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Soldiers of Christ, arise

Author: C. Wesley, 1707-1788 Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #373 (1917) Topics: Conflict (see also Warfare) Christian's Lyrics: 1 Soldiers of Christ, arise, And put your armour on; Strong in the strength which God supplies Through His eternal Son; Strong in the Lord of Hosts, And in His mighty power, Who in the strength of Jesus trusts, Is more than conqueror. 2 Stand then in His great might, With all His strength endued; But take to arm you for the fight, The panoply of God; That having all things done, And all your conflicts passed, Ye may o'ercome, through Christ alone, And stand entire at last. 3 Leave no unguarded place, No weakness of the soul; Take every virtue, every grace, And fortify the whole; Indissolubly joined, To battle all proceed; But arm yourselves with all the mind That was in Christ, your Head. Tune Title: DIADEMATA
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God Our Advocate and Judge

Hymnal: The Psalter #92 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Christians Conflicts of First Line: Be Thou my helper in the strife Lyrics: 1 Be Thou my helper in the strife, O Lord, my strong defender be; Thy mighty shield protect my life, Thy spear confront the enemy, Amid the conflict, O my Lord, Thy precious promise let me hear, The faithful, reassuring word: I am thy Saviour, do not fear. 2 Ashamed, confounded let them be Who seek my ruin and disgrace; O let Thy angel fight for me, And drive my foes before his face. Without a cause my life they sought, Without a case their plots they laid; Themselves within their snares be caught, And be my crafty foes dismayed. 3 My soul is joyful in the Lord, In His salvation I rejoice; To Him my heart will praise accord And bless His Name with thankful voice. For who, O Lord, is like to Thee, Defender of the poor and meek? The needy Thy salvation see When mighty foes their ruin seek. 4 Unrighteous witnesses have stood And told of crimes beyond belief; Returning evil for my good, They overwhelm my soul with grief. When in affliction they were sad, I wept and made their grief my own; but in my trouble they are glad And strive that I may be o'erthrown. 5 O Lord, how long wilt Thou delay? My soul for Thy salvation waits; My thankfulness I will display Amid the crowds that throng Thy gates. Let not my enemies rejoice And wrongfully exult o'er me; they speak not peace, but lift their voice To trouble those that peaceful be. 6 My foes with joy my woes survey, but Thou, O Lord, hast seen it all; O be no longer far away, Nor silent when on Thee I call. O haste to my deliverance now, O Lord, my righteous cause maintain; My Lord and God alone art Thou; Awake, and make thy justice plain. 7 O Lord my God, I look to Thee, Be Thou my righteous Judge, I pray; Let not my foes exult o'er me And laugh with joy at my dismay. With shame and trouble those requite Who would my righteous cause destroy; But those who in the good delight, Let them be glad and shout for joy. 8 Yea, let the Lord be magnified, Because Thy servants Thou dost bless; And I, from morn till eventide, Will daily praise Thy righteousness. My soul is joyful in the Lord, In His salvation I rejoice; To Him my heart will praise accord And bless His Name with thankful voice. Scripture: Psalm 35 Languages: English Tune Title: CATHERINE
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Soldiers of Christ, arise

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: Book of Worship with Hymns and Tunes #534 (1899) Meter: 6.6.8.6 Topics: Christian conflict Lyrics: 1 Soldiers of Christ, arise, And gird your armor on, Strong in the strength which God supplies Through His eternal Son. 2 Strong in the Lord of hosts, And in His mighty power, The man who in the Saviour trusts, Is more than conqueror. 3 Stand, then, in His great might, With all His strength endued, And take, to arm you for the fight, The panoply of God:-- 4 That, having all things done, And all your conflicts past, Ye may o'ercome through Christ alone, And stand complete at last. Amen. Tune Title: DOVER
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Lead on, O King Eternal

Author: Rev. Ernest W. Shurtleff, 1862— Hymnal: Hymnal and Liturgies of the Moravian Church #578 (1920) Topics: Christians Conflicts of Tune Title: LANCASHIRE
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Stand up, ye soldiers

Author: George Duffield Hymnal: Book of Worship with Hymns and Tunes #531 (1899) Topics: Christian conflict First Line: Stand up!--stand up for Jesus! Lyrics: 1 Stand up!--stand up for Jesus! Ye soldiers of the cross; Lift high His royal banner, It must not suffer loss: From victory unto victory His army shall He lead. Till every foe is vanquished, And Christ is Lord indeed. 2 Stand up!--stand up for Jesus! The trumpet call obey; Forth to the mighty conflict, In this His glorious day: "Ye that are men, now serve Him," Against unnumbered foes; Let courage rise with danger, And strength to strength oppose. 3 Stand up!--stand up for Jesus! Stand in His strength alone; The arm of flesh will fail you-- Ye dare not trust your own: Put on the gospel armor, And, watching unto prayer, Where duty calls, or danger, Be never wanting there. 4 Stand up!--stand up for Jesus! The strife will not be long; This day, the noise of battle, The next, the victor's song: To him that overcometh A crown of life shall be; He with the King of Glory, Shall reign eternally! Amen. Tune Title: WEBB
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A clean heart

Author: C. Wesley Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs #720 (1875) Topics: Christians Conflicts First Line: Oh, for a heart to praise my God Scripture: Psalm 51:10 Tune Title: EXHORTATION
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Child, your Father calls

Author: Anon. Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs #734 (1875) Topics: Christians Conflicts First Line: Brethren, while we sojourn here
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Thou art my rock

Author: Francke Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs #735 (1875) Topics: Christians Conflicts First Line: Lord, thou art my rock of strength
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Backsliding confessed

Author: Newton Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs #705 (1875) Topics: Christians Conflicts First Line: Once I thought my mountain strong Tune Title: NUREMBURG

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