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Tho' the road be rough and dreary, And its end far
out of sight, Foot it brave-ly;
Trust no party, sect or fac-tion; Trust no leaders in the fight; But in ev-'ry Some will hate thee, some will love thee,Some will flatter, some will slight; Cease from man,and
Courage, brother! do not stumble, Tho' thy path be dark as night; There's a star to
do the right. do the right.
the right." the right.
How ever dark-ly stain'd by sin,
hath but stumbled Deal gen-tly with the
in the path, err-ing one,
4 To serve Thy kingdom, Lord,
To quiet sin's turmoil,
Do Thou ordain and consecrate
And let us not forget, Child of the self-same God; en sinn'd, And sin-ful yet must be:
RIALTO S. M.
Rev. EDWARD E. WALKER, 1876
is our broth-er yet. have in weakness trod. God has dealt with thee. A-men.
GEORGE F. ROOT, 1859
In love and faith
That Thou wouldst bind our minds and hearts In Brother- hood of
5 Thou Man of Galilee,