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God is For Us.

Yrs. C. H. M.

COPYRIGHT, 1908. BY WM. J. KIRKPATRICK,

Mrs. C. A. MORRIB.

1. There's a glad song rings thro'-out the world to-day: It is vic - to-ry, 2.“Peace on earth, good will to men” He brings to all: It is vic - to - ry, 3. He shall reign from sea to sea, and shore to shore: It is vic - to - ry,

it is vic - to - ry! To the con-quest of the cross we haste a • way: it is vic - to - ry! Pris-on doors swing wide,and i - ron fet - ters fall: it is vic - to - ry! Ev -'ry mor- tal tongue confess His sov’reign pow'r:

CHORUS. Unison.

It is vic-to-ry, for our King! God is for us: who can be a-gainst

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at-tend us, Ša-tan’s ar - ma-ments be-fore us yield and fall;

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God is for us: vic - to-ry is nearl God is for us: fal - ter not, nor fear!

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God is for us: cheer, my comrades, cheer! Vic-to - ry for

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When Thou Art Near.
COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.

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ENGLISH COPYRIGHT.

E. M. WADSWORTH.

D. B. TOWNER.

1. I fear no night how - ev - er dark, When Thou art 2. I fear no foe how-ev-er strong, When Thou art 3. I can - not fail, tho' I am weak, When Thou art 4. I fear not wrath nor judgment dawn, When Thou art

near; No storms can near;

I fear not near;

I fear no near; The night has

REFRAIN.

When Thou art near,

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wreck my lit - tle bark, When Thou art near. all the hosts of wrong, When Thou art near. face when I must speak, When Thou art near. passed, 't is always morn, When Thou art near.

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Thou art near, I fear not loss, I fear no cross, When Thou art

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In love He went up to the cross, And bore my sins for me.
He leads me in the ways of peace, And all He has He shares.
He shields me by His pres-ence strong, In ’ry day and hour.
A - mid the gloom of sin and strife, He holds me by His might.

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CHORUS.

O Christ! He is

my Star so bright, My Stronghold, Shep-herd, Friend;

In love my Sav - ior died for me, He'll keep me

to

the end.

COPYRIGHT, 1918, BY CHARLES M. ALEXANDER.

INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED.

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1. O lis - ten to our wondrous sto - ry! Count-ed once a-mong the lost,
2. No an - gel could our place have ta-ken, High-est of the high tho’he;
3. And yet this wondrous tale pro-ceed-eth, Stir-ring heart and tongue aflame!
4. Will you sur- ren-der to this Sav-iour—To His scep-ter hum - bly bow?

Yet One came down from heaven's glo - ry, Sav-ing us. at aw - ful cost.
The loved One, on the cross for - sa - ken, Was one of the God-head Three!
As our High Priest in heav'n He pleadeth, And Christ Je-sus is His name!
You, too, shall come to know His fa - vor, He will save you, save you now!

CHORUS.

Who saved us from e-ter - nal loss?

What did He do? Who but God's Son upon the cross? He

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Where is He now? In heav- en in - ter - ced died for you! Be-lieve it thou, In heav - en in - ter - ced

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The Good Old Gospel.

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L. D. MASON.
Alt. and Chorus added by James M. Gray.

D. B. TOWNER.

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bo-lieve the bless-ed Sav - iour came down from heav'n for me, En-
be-lieve the good old gos • pel once giv en to the saints, That
be-lieve that Christ is com ing to take His loved ones bome, To
be-lieve the pres - ent mo • ment the time to save the soul, To-

we

dured the cross, with all its shame, from sin to set me free; He died and

are saved by grace a lone it all the world ac-quaints; The one diheav'n-ly man-sions of the blest from thence no more to roam;On res mor-row's sun may on - ly rise for death to take its tell; To turn your

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then a - rose a-gain, and did to heav'n as-cend, I be-lieve the good old vine re - lig - ion up - on which you may de-pend, I be-lieve the good old rec-tion morn-ing in the twink-ling of an eye, They'll be chang'd

into His back on Je - sus, and re-ject God's blessed Son, Is to judge your-self un

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CHORUS

I be - lieve it, hal - le - lu - jah!

gos - pel from be - gin-ning to the end. gos - pel from be- gin-ning to the end. im - age and as-cend with Him on high. wor - thy of the life that Cal-v'ry won.

I be- lieve it, hal - le - lu - jah! Pow'r of God

un - to sal - va · tion

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Copyright, 1912, by Chas. M. Alexander. International copyright secured.

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