This life is a battle 'gainst Satan and sin

This life is a battle 'gainst Satan and sin

Author: William Kingsbury
Published in 14 hymnals

Author: William Kingsbury

Born: July 12, 1744, Bishopsgate Street, London, England. Christened: August 12, 1744, Poultry Chapel, Camomile Street Independent Church, London, England. Died: February 18, 1818, Caversham, Southampton, England. Kingsbury, William, was born in 1744, educated at an Independent academy in London, and became Pastor of the ancient Congregational Church, Above Bar, in Southampton, where he died in 1818, after an honourable and useful ministry of fifty-four years. He was the author of several published sermons and pamphlets, including:—(1) A Sermon on the King's recovery, 1780; (2) The Manner in which Protestant Dissenters perform Public Worship represented and vindicated, 1796; (3) An Apology for Village Preachers, 1799; (4) A Funeral S… Go to person page >

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First Line: This life is a battle 'gainst Satan and sin
Author: William Kingsbury
Refrain First Line: Then stand up for Jesus



Instances (1 - 14 of 14)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
A Companion to the Canadian Sunday School Harp: being a selection of hymns set to music, for Sunday schools and the social circle #169Page Scan
Better Than Pearls: sacred songs expressly adapted for gospel meetings #34Page Scan
Happy Voices #d206
Hymns and Songs for Children's Worship, Together with Selections for Anniversary and Festive Occasions #15Page Scan
Hymns of The Voice of Praise #d270
Maynard's Sabbath School Echo. 6th ed. of Maynard's Selected Sabbath School Hymns, with an Appendix #d229
Palmer's Sabbath School Songs: to which is added an extensive collection of standard and well-known Sunday school hymns #20aPage Scan
Songs for the School #d168
Supplement to Song Anchor #d16
The Canadian Sunday School Harp #d163
The Eclectic Sabbath School Hymn Book #177Page Scan
The Hymns of "Happy Voices" (without music) #d210
The School Hymn and Tune Book #d190
The Voice of Praise #d269
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