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Can you now, my brother, say

Can you now, my brother, say

Author: Benjamin M'Call Barbour
Tune: [Can you now, my brother, say Victory]
Published in 3 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Can you now, my brother, say,
Victory, Victory?
Christ who bore your sins away,
On the Cross of Calvary,
Purchased for you on that day,
Victory, Victory!

Shout aloud! Victory!
Take new courage every day,
Trust in Jesus all the way,
Victory, Victory!

2 Do you feel the tempter near?
Victory, Victory!
Christ has won the Victory;
He has set His people free;
Stand now in His liberty—
Victory, Victory! [Refrain]

3 You shall know this very hour
Victory, Victory!
For when Christ has sway within,
You are victor o’er all sin,
And the fight you’re sure to win—
Victory, Victory! [Refrain]

4 Will you sing it all the way?
Victory, Victory?
Then the Tempter will take flight,
Then your pathway will be bright,
Then you’ll bring to others light—
Victory, Victory! [Refrain]

Source: The Voice of Thanksgiving #5

Author: Benjamin M'Call Barbour

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Text Information

First Line: Can you now, my brother, say
Author: Benjamin M'Call Barbour
Copyright: Public Domain



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