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I. Christ, our might-y Cap - tain, leads -gainst the foe, We will nev - er fal - ter

a. Sa - tan's fear-ful onslaughts can -not make us yield While we trust in Christ, our

3. Let our glorious ban - ner ev - er be un-furled, From its mighty stronghold

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Buck-ler and our Shield; Press-ing ev - er on— the Spir - it's sword we wield,

e - vil shidl be hurled; Christ, our might-y Cap -tain, o - ver-comes the world,

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Tell, that GtOd is Love.



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1. Come ye peo - pie who have heard God's divine and priceless word, Till your hearts with

2. God is love, His love is true, Love that paid the ransom due. Greater love the

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faith - f ul - ly, Loy - al ev - er, still en - deav - or All His matchless worth to show,



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Griefs of earth can - not destroy ; Let this truth your words employ, — God, our God is love.
Came to win the world a-gain. From the way of sin and pain. To the God of love.
More like Christ each day to grow. That the world thro' us may know, God, our God is love.




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1. Now our Sab-bath serv-ice end - ing,

2. Oft - en do we read the sto - ry,

3. Keep us in the path of learn -ing,



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Of Thy life on earth be - low;
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Let us live to share Thy glo - ry, That Thou free - ly wilt be - stow.
Let our hearts and minds be yearn - ing That more knowledge we may seek.



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2.0 Saviour dear, my sin I come con- f ess - ing, Thy grace I know can
3. Saviour dear, I long for Thy re - veal - ing, In Thy dear pres - ence



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grace may call Thee mine ; Thy love un-told has banished care and sad - ness, For - ev - er -
cov - er all my need; Let grief a-bound or sorrow sore be press - ing, Still in Thy
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more, dear Lord, my heart is Thine,
pres-ence I am blest in - deed,
pres-ence drives my care a - way.



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Rally 'Neath the Baniser.



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deem -er, Our Sav-iour,and our King. We march be-neath His ban - ner Of
com - fort That point us to the sky. While in the Saviour's keep - ing The
mom - ing He bids us sow our seed. * We may not see the har - vest That




nev-er- fail -ing love; We tri-umphin His glo - ry That com-eth from a - bove.
hosts of hell do flee; In Thee," Rock of A-ge8,"0ur rest-ing place shall be.
com-eth by -and - by, But God willcrownour la-bors If we on Him re - ly.



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died that we all might dwell a - bove.

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Praise ye the Lord! in His



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Him doth praise be-long,
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Sing of His love.
Sing to His name,
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E'en tho' it be a cross
Dark-ness be o - ver me,
All that Thou send-est me,
Out of my sto - ny griefs
Sun, moon, and stars for - got.



1. Near-er, my God, to Thee, Near-er to Thee;

2. Tho' like a wan-der - er, The sun gone down,

3. There let the way ap-pear, Steps un-to heav'n;

4. Then with my wak-ing tho'ts Bright with Thy praise,

5. Or, if on joy-ful wing, Cleav-ing the sky.




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Near-er, my God to Thee!

Near-er, my God to Thee!

Near-er, my God to Thee!

Near-er, my God to Thee!

Near-er, my God to Thee!



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I. In His un - dy-inglove Christ came from Heav'n above, Came to re-deem us from
a. While we in sin were dead, Christ the Re - deem-er bled, Suf-f ered and sor-rowed on
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Cal-va-ry's tree; Matchless the love He showed, it was the debt we owed,

sin - bur-dened soul ; Pleads with thee ten - der - ly, will - ing to par-don thee ;



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Cast-ing on ffim ev - 'ry sor-row and care.

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1. Onward still, and up-ward, Fol-low ev-er-more Where our mighty Leader Goes in

2. Onward, cv-er on-ward, Thro» the pastures green. Where the streams flow softly, Un-der

3. Upward, ev-er up-ward, T'ward the radiant glow, Far a-bove the val - ley, Where the

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love be -fore; '< Looking un-to Je-sus," Reach a help-ing hand To a struggling
skies se-rene; Or, if need be, up-ward, O'er the rocky steep, Trusting ffim who
mist hangs low; On, with song of glad-ness. Till the march shall end, Where ten thousand



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tho't in se-cret, A lit - tie whisper'd pray'r Makes the heart courageous, And
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day of blessing wins. Just a moment's waiting In si- lence at His f eet, Just to hear ffim
lifte a load of care ; Just a glimpse of Je - sus To faith's unwrnVring sight,Tums the clouds to
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2. God of the seas-ons, sun and rain Work out Thy wondrous plan. Seed-time and haryest,

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2. God be with us here to - day. Be in all we do and say. Fit us for each

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aery -ice meet. May Thy smile be on us as we gath-er here. \ God be with us,

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2. From glo-ry and peace I was tak - en, An in -no -cent lamb I was shorn;

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