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Rouse ye soldiers of the cross and lift

Author: M. Louise Baum

Baum, Maria Louise. ( --1941, Boston, Massachusetts). Joined the Christian Science Church in 1900. She thereafter resided in Boston, Mass., and worked for The Christian Science Monitor through part of that time. --Joan E. Wilson, DNAH Archives  Go to person page >

Author: M. H. Tipton

(no biographical information available about M. H. Tipton.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Rouse ye soldiers of the cross and lift
Author: M. Louise Baum
Author: M. H. Tipton
Refrain First Line: Rouse ye, rouse ye, face the foe
Copyright: © 1932, by The Christian Science Board of Directors

Tune

AMSTERDAM (Foundery Collectin)

For more tune info, see Zahn 7341a or Hymn Tune Index 1648a-d. Note that attributions to James Nares don't appear until after 1820.

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Christian Science Hymnal #296

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