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Christian Warfare

Arouse, ye Christians, stand united

Author: Frederick L. Rowe (1910)
Tune: [Arouse, ye Christians, stand united]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Representative Text

1. Arouse, ye Christians, stand united
In this holy warfare,
With shoulder touching shoulder, march;
Go forth to do and dare.

Refrain
Then stand ye bravely, know no fear;
God promised thro’ His Son
That greater vict’ries yet are ours,
If faith doth lead us on.

2. Let nothing daunt—no foes affright,
God’s brave ones never waver;
We’ll win the day and plant the cross;
Sweet rest comes after labor. [Refrain]

3. Sleep not nor slumber—e’er on guard,
We’ll meet the foe advancing;
Each scar and stripe more honor gains;
Our coming joys enhancing. [Refrain]

4. E’en down to death, if God should lead,
To serve the cause of Jesus;
All earthly praise cannot compare
With glories God will give us. [Refrain]

Author: Frederick L. Rowe

Rowe ran the pub­lish­ing house of F. L. Rowe on Elm Street in Cin­cin­na­ti, Ohio. Cyber Hymnal Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Arouse, ye Christians, stand united
Title: Christian Warfare
Author: Frederick L. Rowe (1910)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Then stand ye bravely, know no fear
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #853
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