1 Unto thee, O Saviour-King,
Our allegiance now we bring,
Body, soul and spirit, all
In obedience to thy call.
Naught have we thou didst not give,
By thy life and grace we live,
Selfish aims do we forsake,
Service with our Lord to take.
2 We are with thee ‘gainst thy foe,
Fighting for his overthrow;
Though the fight be doubly fierce,
Though the venomed dart should pierce,
Satan never shall prevail,
Thou, O Christ, shalt never fail;
We who fight with thee shall win,
Conquer over Hell and sin.
3 We are with thee ‘neath the cross,
Henceforth earthly things are dross;
Thine, resigned to mortal ill,
Thine to die if thou shouldst will.
Thou who hast the winepress trod,
Reconciling us to God,
Help us each returning day,
Be thou with us all the way.
4 We are with thee, Christ of love,
Thou who camest from above,
Thou whose blood was spilt to save,
Thou whose might burst e’en the grave.
From thy throne again come down;
Take thy Kingdom, take thy crown;
Hear us as with joy we sing:
We are with thee, Saviour-King.
Born: March 5, 1863, Romford, Essex, England.
Died: March 21, 1935, Edmonton, Middlesex, England.
Coller grew up in Woodford, and joined the Salvation Army (SA) at Regent Hall in 1885. He was a member of the SA Household Troops Band on its first campaign in 1887, and later played the trombone in the SA International Staff Band. Beginning in 1895, he worked in various SA trade depots, then in the Trade Department (later Salvationist Publishing and Supplies Ltd) in London. His last appointment was in charge of the music publications department, and he retired as an SA major in 1928. In 1880 he won a copy of Heber’s Poems as a prize for a temp… Go to person page >