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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:
It is vic-to-ry, for our King! God is for us: who can be a-gainst
vic - to - ry
at-tend us, Ša-tan’s ar - ma-ments be-fore us yield and fall;
God is for us: vic - to-ry is nearl God is for us: fal - ter not, nor fear!
God is for us: cheer, my comrades, cheer! Vic-to - ry for
8 our King!
When Thou Art Near.
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
When Thou art near,
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.
Thou art near, I fear not loss, I fear no cross, When Thou art
In love He went up to the cross, And bore my sins for
O Christ! He is
my Star so bright, My Stronghold, Shep-herd, Friend;
What Did He Do?
JAMES M. GRAY.
(From the Welsh.) W. OWEN.
1. O lis - ten to our wondrous sto - ry! Count-ed once a-mong the lost,
Yet One came down from heaven's glo - ry, Sav - ing us at aw - ful cost.
Who saved us from e-ter - nal loss?
What did He do? Who but God's Son upon the cross? He
Where is He now? In heav - en in- ter - ced died for you! Be-lieve it thou, In heav- en in- ter - ced
The Good Old Gospel.
L. D. MASON.
D. B. TOWNER.
1. I 2. I 3. I 4. I
bo-lieve the bless-ed Sav - iour came down from heav'n for me, En-
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
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
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
Copyright, 1912, by Chas. M. Alexander. International copyright secured.