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Stand by the right

Working for the Master, Working all the day

Author: E. L. Park
Tune: [Working for the Master]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 Working for the Master,
Working all the day,
Never be discourages,
Only watch and pray;
Do your duty nobly,
Heart and hand unite,
Minding the watchword,
Stand by the right;
Minding the watchword,
Stand by the right.

2 Working for the Master,
Do not be afraid;
Trials may befall you,
Never be dismayed;
Put your trust in Jesus,
Keep your armor bright;
Minding the watchword,
Stand by the right;
Minding the watchword,
Stand by the right.

3 Marching on to glory,
Still your way pursue;
In your Father’s kingdom
There’s a crown for you;
Live for Him who loves you,
Keep your colors bright;
Minding the watchword,
Stand by the right;
Minding the watchword,
Stand by the right.

Source: The Glad Refrain for the Sunday School: a new collection of songs for worship #98

Author: E. L. Park

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First Line: Working for the Master, Working all the day
Title: Stand by the right
Author: E. L. Park

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The Glad Refrain for the Sunday School #98

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