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The Lord Hath Need Of Me (High Barnet Crusaders' Chorus)

Representative Text

The Lord has need of me,
His soldier I will be;
He gave Himself my life to win,
And so I mean to follow Him,
And serve Him faithfully.
So although the fight be fierce and long,
I’ll carry on—He makes me strong;
And then one day His face I’ll see,
And oh! the joy when He says to me,
“Well done! My brave crusader!”

Source: Pinebrook Choruses #153

Author: Cecil John Allen

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Text Information

First Line: The Lord hath need of me
Title: The Lord Hath Need Of Me (High Barnet Crusaders' Chorus)
Author: Cecil John Allen
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



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CSSM Choruses (No. 1) #183

Happy Hearts to Sing God's Praise #d45

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Pinebrook Choruses #153

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