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might in each con- flict I claim;... He put - teth to flight, as I eyes on the col - ors I'll keep;.... Though bat-tles be fierce, I am arm can - not car - ry me through; He lead - eth me out to the

march,eve - ry foe, My pow'r is the strength of His name, (His name.) sure He will bless, My Lord will not slum - ber nor sleep, (nor sleep.j. war with a song, And shows me just what I'm to do, (to do.)

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Lord is my Ban-ner; my Sun and my Shield,” My "Rock," and my

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The Lord is My Banner.—Concluded.

Him must quickly yield, My Sav-iour doth bat - tle for me, (for me.)

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No. 26.

My Lord and I.
(I HAVE A FRIEND SO PRECIOUS.)

HUBERT P. MAIN.

Mrs. L. SPOREY

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I. I have a Friend so pre-cious,
2. Sometimes I'm faint and wea - ry,
3. I tell Him all my sor - rows,
4. He knows that I am long - ing

So ver - y dear to me,
He knows that I am weak,
I tell Him all my joys,
Some wea-ry soul to win,

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He loves me with such ten - der love, He loves SO faith - ful - ly;
And as He bids me lean on Him, His help I glad - ly seek ;
I tell Him all that pleas - es me, I tell Him what an- noys;
And so He bids me go and speak The lov - ing word for Him;

I could not live a - part from Him, I love to feel Him nigh,
He leads me in the paths of light, Be-neath a sun - ny sky,
He tells me what I ought to do, He tells me how to try,
He bids me tell His won - drous love, And why He came to die,

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No. 27. Where God and the Angels Are.

“The angels which stood before God.”—Rev. 8: 2. L. W. MANSFIELD.

IRA D. SANKEY.

1. There may be storm - y days. There may be hours of care, 2. The Lord is all my strength, And ev - er guid - ing Star, 3. My man-sion is se- cure, In yon- der realms a - far; 4. My bark is home-ward bound, I soon shall cross the bar,

I'll wel-come all; they beck-on me Where God and the an-gels are.
To lead me safe-ly to that land Where God and the an-gels are.
My crown is there, laid up for me, Where God and the an-gels are.
And safe-ly anchor,“'home at last,”Where God and the an-gels are.

REFRAIN.

Where God and the an-gels are, Where God and the an-gels are;
ho - ly an - gels are,

ho - ly an-gels are;

O wel-come hour when I shalldwell, Where God and the angels are.

No. 28.

Show Your Colors.

· "I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ."-Rom. 1: 16. Mrs. C. E. BRECK.

1. H. MEREDITA.

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1. Show your col - ors, while you journey Lift the gos - pel ban-ner high ; 2. Plant your col - ors on the mountains, On the hill tops and the plains; 3. 'Neath the col - ors of your Captain Charge against the ranks of sin;

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Let it tell of Christ, the Saviour, Who from God came forth to die.
Ral - ly round the glo- rious standard of the King who ev - er reigns.
You shall scale the might-y ram-parts, And the vic - t’ry you shall win.

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Till it waves o’er ev-'ry na-tion, And the king-doms of the world.

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