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Let the song ring out

Neath the king's command let us march along

Author: Maud Frazer Jackson
Published in 4 hymnals

Representative Text

1 'Neath the King's command let us march along,
With a cheerful step and courage strong;
God has filled our hearts with a sweet new song:
Let the song ring out today.

Let the song ring out,
Angels hover round about,
Rejoice! rejoice and praise the Lord,
Let the joyful song ring out.

2 Now with gladsome hearts let us serve our King;
As we do His will and every praise and sing;
For our song may souls to the Saviour bring,
Let the song ring out today. [Chorus]

3 Let the song ring out, and be not dismayed,
Tho' the host of sin are in might arrayed;
There is life eternal for you, for me,—
Let the song ring out today. [Chorus]

4 O, rejoice! rejoice! let us grateful be
For salvation offered so full, so free;
There is life eternal, for you, for me,—
Let the song ring out today. [Chorus]

Source: Songs of Evangelism: for revival and evangelistic services; Bible schools, young people's meetings, and all occasions of Christian work and worship #120

Author: Maud Frazer Jackson

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Text Information

First Line: Neath the king's command let us march along
Title: Let the song ring out
Author: Maud Frazer Jackson



Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Enduring Hymns #d62

Kingdom Songs #d144

Selected Sunday School Songs #d113

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Songs of Evangelism #120

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