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Press On

Put on the gospel armor For Jesus take your stand

Author: Frank M. Davis
Tune: [Put on the gospel armor]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Put on the gospel armor,
For Jesus take your stand;
Go forth a valiant soldier,
Under the Lord’s command.

Refrain:
Press on, fight on,
‘Till victory is won,
Then reign in heav’n forever
With God’s beloved Son.

2 Lift high the blood-stained banner,
Send forth the battle cry,
The truth and right shall conquer,
The victor’s crown is nigh. [Refrain]

3 Then on ‘mid strife of battle,
Armed well with faith and prayer,
For he that over cometh,
A crown of life shall wear. [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Jewels #31

Author: Frank M. Davis

Frank Marion Davis USA 1839-1896. Born at Marcellus, NY, he became a teacher and professor of voice, a choirmaster and a good singer. He traveled extensively, living in Marcellus, NY, Vicksburg, MS, Baltimore, MD, Cincinnati, OH, Burr Oak and Findley, MI. He compiled and published several song books: “New Pearls of Song” (1877), “Notes of Praise” (1890), “Crown of gold” (1892), “Always welcome” (1881), “Songs of love and praise #5” (1898), “Notes of praise”, and “Brightest glory”. He never married. John Perry Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Put on the gospel armor For Jesus take your stand
Title: Press On
Author: Frank M. Davis
Refrain First Line: Press on, fight on
Publication Date: 1890
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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Gospel Jewels #31

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