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He's Just the Same To-day

Representative Text

1 When Moses and his people
From Egypt’s land did flee,
Their enemies behind them,
And in front of them the sea;
God raised the waters like a wall,
And opened up the way,
And the God that lived in Moses’ times
Is just the same today!

Refrain:
He’s just the same today,
He’s just the same today,
And the God that lived in Moses’ times
Is just the same today!

2 When David and Goliath met—
The wrong against the right,—
The giant armed with human pow’r,
But David with God’s might;
God’s pow’r with David’s sling and stone
The giant low did lay,
And the God that lived in David’s times
Is just the same today! [Refrain]

3 When Jonah left his duty
And was swallowed by a whale,
The guilt and anguish that he bore
No human tongue can tell;
God helped him reach dry land again,
When willing to obey,
And the God that lived in Jonah’s times
Is just the same today! [Refrain]

4 When Daniel, faithful to his God,
Would not bow down to men,
And by God’s enemies was hurled
Into the lion’s den;
God shut the lion’s mouths, we read,
And robbed them of their prey,
And the God that lived in Daniel’s times
Is just the same today! [Refrain]

5 When Pentecost was fully come,
And fire from heav’n did fall,
Like a mighty wind, the Holy Ghost,
Baptized them one and all;
Three thousand were converted,
And chose the heav’nly way,
And the God that lived at Pentecost
Is just the same today! [Refrain]

Source: Glad Tidings in Song #21

Author: J. C. Addie

Lt-Col Jack Addie (b.1864) was a Salvation Army Officer. Converted in England, he travelled to Canada and in 1882 with Joe Ludgate commenced Salvation Army Work in Canada at London, Ontario. The Song "When Moses and his soldiers" was published in The Musical Salvationist in May 1907. It was later published in The Salvation Soloist, No. 1 (New Zealand) in 1911. email sent to Hymnary 10/3/2018 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When Moses and his people
Title: He's Just the Same To-day
Author: J. C. Addie
Refrain First Line: He's just the same today
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 30 of 30)

Banner Hymns (1st ed) #d171

Bright Gems #d195

Choir Favorites #d67

Cream of Song #d239

Cross and Crown Hymnal, 3rd ed. #d513

Glad Tidings in Song #d95

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Glad Tidings in Song #21

Gospel Crusade Hymns #d152

Gospel Crusade Hymns No. 2 #d69

One Hundred Favorite Songs of the Salvation Army #d163

Pilot Hymns #d254

Quartet Song Book No. 10 #d103

Rescue Hymns #d106

Selections from Warrior Songs for the White Cavalry, and Other Hymns. Special ed. for Campaign Use #d156

Songs of Blessing #d25

Songs of Faith and Triumph Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Combined #d309

Songs of Pentecostal Power #d147

Songs of Trust and Triumph No. 3 #d184

Songs that Touch the Heart. Vol. 2 #d54

Sowing and Reaping #d57

Sowing and Reaping No. 2 #d83

Sunshine Choir #d15

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Tears and Triumphs No. 3 #149

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Tears and Triumphs #97

The Golden Sheaf #d106

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The Golden Sheaf #70

The Old School Hymnal No. 7. Rev. #d302

Warrior Songs for the White Cavalry #d110

Warrior Songs for the White Cavalry. 2nd ed. #d277

Warrior Songs for the White Cavalry. 3rd ed. #d366

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