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Victory Is Mine

Representative Text

1 Victory is mine;
victory is mine;
victory today is mine.
I told Satan, "Get thee behind."
Victory today is mine.

2 Joy is mine;
joy is mine;
joy today is mine.
I told Satan, "Get thee behind."
Joy today is mine.

3 Peace is mine;
peace is mine;
peace today is mine.
I told Satan, "Get thee behind."
Peace today is mine.

Source: This Far By Faith: an African American resource for worship #266

Author: Alvin Darling

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Author: Dorothy Norwood

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Text Information

First Line: Victory is mine. Victory is mine.
Title: Victory Is Mine
Author: Alvin Darling
Author: Dorothy Norwood
Meter: 5.5.7.8.7
Language: English
Copyright: © Malaco Music, Inc.

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

African American Heritage Hymnal #489

Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #777

Text

This Far By Faith #266

Zion still Sings #123

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