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Soldier of the cross, arouse thee

Soldier of the cross, arouse thee

Author: W. P. Balfern
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: W. P. Balfern

Balfern, William Poole, born in 1818, at Hammersmith; entered the Baptist Ministry in 1848; and has laboured chiefly in the suburbs of London, and in Brighton. Mr. Balfern is the author of Glimpses of Jesus and other prose works of similar character, has been a frequent contributor to Religious Periodicals, and has published the following vols. of poetry:— (1) The Beauty of the Great King, and other Poems, 1871, Lond., Passmore and Alabaster. (2) Lyrics for the Heart, 1876. (Same publishers) (3) Hymns of the Passion, 1882, Lond., Nelson and Sons. (4) Pilgrim Chimes for the Weeks of the Year, 1881, is a selection from Mr. Balfern's poems made and published by Rev. Chas. Bullock. Mr. Balfern's hymns have appeared in the Baptist Hymnal… Go to person page >

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First Line: Soldier of the cross, arouse thee
Author: W. P. Balfern
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Southern Psalmist #d739

The Southern Psalmist. New ed. #d777

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