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Give Us Your Hand

Ours is a warfare against every evil

Author: Grace Bower
Tune: [Ours is a warfare against every evil]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Ours is a warfare against ev’ry evil,
Ours is a happy and joyful band;
Get into line now and help win the battle,
Give us your hand, give us your hand.

Faithfully, joyfully marching together,
Pressing the fight at the Captain’s command;
Though we are weak, our great Saviour is Mighty,
Give us your hand, give us your hand.

2 In Jesus’ name we will lift up the standard,
And for the good we will always stand;
Count on us then, we are ready for service,
Give us your hand, give us your hand. [Chorus]

3 Christ is our Leader, we follow His banner,
And we will do what He may command;
Now for the true, and the pure, and the noble,
Give us your hand, give us your hand. [Chorus]

Source: Kingdom Songs: for use in the Sunday School, the young people's meeting, the devotional service #184

Author: Grace Bower

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Text Information

First Line: Ours is a warfare against every evil
Title: Give Us Your Hand
Author: Grace Bower
Refrain First Line: Faithfully, joyfully marching
Copyright: Public Domain


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Kingdom Songs #184

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