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“Well I know thy trouble,

O My servant true;
Thou art very weary,

I was weary too!
But that toil shall make thee

Some day all Mine own;
And the end of sorrow
Shall be near My throne." Amen.

Tr. John MASON NEALE

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Faint not nor fear, His arms are near;
He changeth not, and thou art dear;
Only believe, and thou shalt see
That Christ is all in all to thee. Amen.

JOHN SAMUEL BEWLBY MONSELL

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sun, that lights its shin-ing folds, The cross, on which the Sav-iour died. A-men.

Fling out the banner! angels bend

In anxious silence o'er the sign:
And vainly seek to comprehend

The wonder of the love divine.

Fling out the banner! heathen lands

Shall see from far the glorious sight,
And nations, crowding to be born

Baptize their spirits in its light.

Fling out the banner! sin-sick souls

That sink and perish in the strife,
Shall touch in faith its radiant hem,

And spring immortal into life.

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Fling out the banner; let it float

Skyward and seaward, high and wide
Our glory, only in the cross;

Our only hope, the Crucified!

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Fling out the banner! wide and high,

Seaward and skyward, let it shine:
Nor skill, nor might, nor merit ours;
We conquer only in that sign. Amen.

GEORGE WASHINGTON DOANE

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