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The Victor's Song

Press onward, Christian soldier, press onward to the prize

Author: Maggie A. Pulver
Tune: [Press onward, Christian soldier, press onward to the prize]
Published in 10 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Press onward, Christian soldier, press onward to the prize!
Tho’ shadows deep may gather, and dismal clouds arise;
Sometime the rays of sunlight will pierce the deepest gloom,
And round thy rugged pathway
The flow’rs of peace shall bloom.

Refrain:
Press onward, onward,
The prize lies just beyond!
Press onward, onward,
Soon shall thy crown be won!
Press onward, onward!
Fear not, tho’ foes be strong;
Rejoice! for yours in glory
Shall be the victor’s song.

2 Press onward, Christian soldier, the Master knoweth best!
Thy way He hath appointed, and He will give thee rest;
His face must be reflected, His fire all dross consume,
Then, in His arms protected,
The flow’rs of peace shall bloom. [Refrain]

3 Press onward, Christian soldier, and guard thine armor strong!
The walls of sin are trembling, the fight will not be long;
The hosts of sin and darkness are marching to their doom,
Then in thy heart forever
The flow’rs of peace shall bloom. [Refrain]

Source: Sacred Praise: for Use in Gospel Meetings, Evangelistic Services ... #86

Author: Maggie A. Pulver

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Text Information

First Line: Press onward, Christian soldier, press onward to the prize
Title: The Victor's Song
Author: Maggie A. Pulver
Refrain First Line: Press onward, onward, be foremost in the fight

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 10 of 10)

Bells of Heaven #d288

Bells of Heaven #d262

Happy Voices No. 1 #d115

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Hymns of Praise #112

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Progressive Sunday School Songs #80

TextAudio

Sacred Praise #86

Selected Sunday School Songs #d147

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Songs of Conquest #88

Sunday School Voices, No.2 #d165

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The World Evangel #84

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