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359 ST. GEORGE'S, BOLTON 75 & 6s. D.

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To seek the lost for Thee. Amen.

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For bright Hope is uplifting

Faint hands and feeble knees, To strive beneath Thy blessing For greater things than these.

4 Lead on, O Love and Mercy,
O Purity and Power!
Lead on, till peace eternal

Shall close this battle-hour:
Till all who prayed and struggled

To set their brethren free,
In triumph, meet to praise Thee,
Most Holy Trinity. Amen.

360 ARMAGEDDON 65 & 55. D. With Refrain

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Other lives to bring? Who will leave the world's side?

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We are on the Lord's side,

2 Not for weight of glory,

Not for crown and palm,
Enter we the army,

Raise the warrior psalm;
But for love that claimeth
Lives for whom He died:

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nest heart; The trust

3 'Gainst doubt and shame and fear
In human hearts to strive,
That all may learn to love and bear,
To conquer self, and live;

And bring the wronged redress,

For His truth unchanging
Makes the triumph sure.
Joyfully enlisting

By Thy grace divine,
We are on the Lord's side,
Saviour, we are Thine.

5 Chosen to be soldiers

In an alien land,
Chosen, called, and faithful,
For our Captain's band;
In the service royal

Let us not grow cold;
Let us be right loyal,
Noble, true, and bold.
Master, Thou wilt keep us,

By Thy grace divine,
Always on the Lord's side,


Saviour, always Thine. Amen.

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2 Upon that painful road

By saints serenely trod,

Whereon their hallowing influence flowed, 5 No dreams from toil to charm,
Would we go forth, O God;

No trembling on the tongue,
Lord, in Thy rest may we be calm,
Through Thy completeness strong.

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And give this glorious world its crown,
The Spirit's Godlikeness.

6 Thou hearest while we pray;
Oh, deep within us write,
With kindling power, our God, to-day,
Thy word-" On earth be light."


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of na- tions, Gog and Ma- gog to

2 Worlds are charging, heaven beholding,
Thou hast but an hour to fight;
Now the blazoned Cross unfolding,

On, right onward, for the right!
On! let all the soul within you

For the truth's sake go abroad:
Strike, let every nerve and sinew

Tell on ages, tell for God. Amen.


crea-tion's Groaning for the latter day. A-men.

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the fray;

ARTHUR C. Coxв, arr., ab.

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When-e'er we hear that glorious word! Faith of our

2 Our fathers, chained in prisons dark,

Were still in heart and conscience free; And blest would be their children's fate,

If they, like them, should die for thee: Faith of our fathers, holy faith, We will be true to thee till death.

3 Faith of our fathers, we will strive
To win all nations unto thee;
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Mankind shall then indeed be free: Faith of our fathers, holy faith, We will be true to thee till death.

4 Faith of our fathers, we will love

Both friend and foe in all our strife, And preach thee, too, as love knows how By kindly words and virtuous life: Faith of our fathers, holy faith, We will be true to thee till death. Amen. FREDERICK W. FABER, alt.

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