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Savior and Lord, we pray to Thee

Savior and Lord, we pray to Thee

Author: Thomas Hudgson Mundell
Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Saviour and Lord, we pray to thee,
Thy people ever would we be;
To thee whose love our lives has sealed,
To thee our lives we gladly yield.

2 A people called by thee to fight,
We stand united in thy sight,
One in our aim to vanquish sin,
And bring thy glorious Kingdom in.

3 In this glad moment while we sing,
Thy Army, we salute our King;
By thee we live, on thee rely,
By thee we’ll conquer or we’ll die.

4 Our strength for warfare is thy might,
Our hope of guidance is thy light;
Pour out thy Spirit while we wait,
And let thy love thy will dictate.

5 Beneath thy standard still we’ll stay;
Thy cause shall every purpose sway;
Nor will we lay our armour down
Till we exchange it for a crown.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #692

Author: Thomas Hudgson Mundell

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First Line: Savior and Lord, we pray to Thee
Author: Thomas Hudgson Mundell
Language: English

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #692

Include 2 pre-1979 instances
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