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And na-tions,crowding to be born, Bap-tize their spirits in its light.
Shall touch in faith its radiant hem, And spring immortal in to life.
Our glory, on - ly in the cross; Our only hope,the Cru-ci-fied!
Nor skill,nor might,nor mer-it ours; We conquer on-ly in that sign. A-men.

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5 Guard the helpless; seek the strayed;
Comfort troubles; banish grief;
In the might of God arrayed,
Scatter sin and unbelief.

6 Be the banner still unfurled,

Still unsheathed the Spirit's sword,
Till the kingdoms of the world,
Are the kingdom of the Lord.

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Hard the bat - tle ye must fight.
Bear it on-ward; lift it high.
Let the voice of hope be heard.
Speak of mer- cy and of peace. A-men.

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With loving zeal; The poor, and them that mourn, The faint and over-borne,
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With joyful song; The new-born souls, whose days,Re-claim'd from error's ways,

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the night, High er yet that star ascends:
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Trav - 'ler, o'er yon moun-tain's height, See that glo ry beaming star; Trav - 'ler, blessed - ness and light, Peace and truth, its course por-tends. Trav - 'ler, dark-ness takes its flight, Doubt and ter

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Sir GEORGE J. ELVEY, 1858

Watch-man, doth its beau-teous ray Aught of joy or
Watch-man, will its beams a lone Gild
Watch-man, let thy wand'rings cease; Hie

Trav -'ler, yes; it brings the day, Promised day of Is

Trav -'ler, a ges are its own, See, it bursts o'er all
Trav -'ler, lo, the Prince of Peace, Lo, the Son of God

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A-men.

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