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Let Service Be Our Watchword

There is no road to glory, Except the thorny way

Author: Oswald J. Smith
Tune: [There is no road to glory]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Author: Oswald J. Smith

Smith, Oswald Jeffrey. (Odessa, Ontario, November 8, 1889--January 25, 1986, Toronto, Canada). Presbyterian. Attended Manitoba College, Winnipeg, 1909-1910; Toronto Bible College, 1907-1908, 1910-1912; McCormick Theological Seminary, 1912-1915; further study at Knox College, Toronto; several honorary doctorates. Pastorates in Toronto, 1915-1958; frequently conducted evangelistic meetings and crusades elsewhere. In 1928 he organized the virtually autonomous People's Church, which combines a vigorous evangelistic program in Toronto with an enviable overseas missionary network; in 1958 he relinquished its guidance to his son Paul, but remained its highly active minister emeritus. He published some 35 devotional and inspirational books, which h… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There is no road to glory, Except the thorny way
Title: Let Service Be Our Watchword
Author: Oswald J. Smith
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Let service be our watchword
Publication Date: 1933
Copyright: © 1933 by Hall-Mack Co.

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Gloria in Excelsis #75

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