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Ye Soldiers of the King of Kings

Ye soldiers of the King of kings

Author: Alfred J. Lewis (1918)
Tune: HUACHUCA
Published in 1 hymnal

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1. Ye soldiers of the King of kings,
Your captain calls today;
Oh, heed the message that He brings,
The call to arms obey.

Refrain
Out with the mighty sword of God!
Wield it in might, be strong!
The Word of God we’ll spread abroad
And triumph over wrong.

2. The hosts of sin are raging round,
The conflict fiercer grows;
March on, the Lord in glory crowned,
Hath vanquished all His foes. [Refrain]

3. The victory will soon be ours,
In Him we ne’er can fail;
O’er death, and hell, and all the powers
Through Christ we shall prevail. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #7770

Author: Alfred J. Lewis

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Text Information

First Line: Ye soldiers of the King of kings
Title: Ye Soldiers of the King of Kings
Author: Alfred J. Lewis (1918)
Meter: 8.6.8.6 D
Source: Songs of the Great Salvation, by William M. Runyan & Daniel B. Towner (Wichita, Kansas: The Runyan Music Pub. Co., circa 1919), number 74
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Out with the mighty sword of God!
Copyright: Public Domain

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