The glory of conquest, be valiant

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1 The glory of conquest! be valiant, my brothers,
And march with your Captain alway;
Put on the whole armor, press manfully forward,
To stand in the midst of the fray.

Refrain:
Praise God, it is coming, is coming, is coming,—
The glad time that’s promised to be!
When earth shall be covered with heavenly knowledge
Like the waters that cover the sea.

2 The glory of conquest! His flag is uplifted
In glorious triumph to wave;
The young are arising in numbers surprising,
Their trust in the Mighty to save.[Refrain]

3 The glory of conquest! still battle for Jesus
With banner of crimson unfurled;
By earnest endeavor for Christ, your Redeemer,
You surely shall conquer the world.[Refrain]

4 Press on, valiant soldiers! some beautiful morning
In byways now dreary and dim,
The light shall be glowing, and you shall be knowing
The glory of conquest through Him! [Refrain]

Source: Revival Hymns: a Collection of New and Standard Hymns for Gospel and social meetings, Sunday schools and Young People's Societies #82

Author: Harriet E. Jones

Harriet E. Rice Jones, 1823-1915 Born: Ap­ril 18, 1823, Pom­pey Hol­low, Onon­da­ga Coun­ty, New York. Died: 1915, Bing­ham­ton, New York. Buried: Oran Com­mun­i­ty Church Cem­e­te­ry, Pom­pey, Onon­da­ga Coun­ty, New York. Daughter of El­e­a­zer Rice, Jones lived in Onon­da­ga Coun­ty, New York. Her girl­hood was spent on a farm, re­ceiv­ing what ed­u­ca­tion the count­ry schools and one term at high school could pro­vide. She was al­ways fond of read­ing, and was a great sing­er, with a clear ring­ing voice. On Ju­ly 7, 1844, she mar­ried a son of Rev. Ze­nas Jones; her hus­band died in 1879. Her song writ­ing ca­reer b­egan when her po­e­try came to the at­ten­tion of Dr. M. J. Mun­… Go to person page >

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First Line: The glory of conquest, be valiant
Author: Harriet E. Jones
Refrain First Line: Praise God he is coming

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Revival Hymns #82

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