Heart Songs Dear to the American People; And by Them Contributed in the Search for Treasured Songs Initiated by the National Magazine

Heart Songs Dear to the American People; And by Them Contributed in the Search for Treasured Songs Initiated by the National Magazine

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...He's Go-ing on be-fore. Christ, the Roy-al Mas-ter, Leads a-gainst the foe, On to vic-to-ry. Hell's foun-da-tions quiv-er At the shout of praise; Where the saints have trod; We are not di-vid-ed, All one bod-y we; Con-stant will re-main; Gates of hell can nev-er 'Gainst the Church pre-vail; In the tri-umph song; Glo-ry, laud, and hon-or Un-to Christ the King, For-ward in-to bat-tie, See, His ban-ners go. On-ward, Christian sol Broth-ers, lift your voi-ces, Loud your an-thems raise. On-ward, Christian sol One in hope and doc-trine, One in char-i-ty. On-ward, Christian sol We have Christ's own prom-ise, And that can-not fail. On-ward, Christian sol This thro'countless a-ges Men and an-gels sing. On-ward, Christian sol diers, diers, diers, diers, diers, You Never Miss the Water Harry Linn R. Howard 0 i. When a child, I lived at Lin-coin with my par-ents at the farm, The 2. As years roll'd on, I grew to be a mis-chief-mak-ing boy, De 3. When I ar-riv'd at man-hood, I em-bark'd in pnb-lic life, And 4. Then I stud-ied strict e-con-o-my, and found to my sur-prise, Hy mar-ried now and hap-py, I've a care-ful lit-tie wife, We ies-sons that my moth-er taught to me were quite a charm; She would struc-tion seem'd my on-ly sport, it was my on-ly joy; And found it was a rug-ged road, be-strewn with care and strife; I funds in-stead of sink-ing, ve-ry quick-ly then did rise; I live in peace andhar-mo-ny, de-void of care and strife; Kind of-ten take me on her knee when tir'd of child-ish play, And well do I re-mem-ber, when oft-times well chas-tised, How spec-u-la-ted fool-ish-ly, my loss-es were se-vere, But grasp'd each chance, and al-ways struck the i-ron while 'twas hot, I For-tune smiles up-on us, we have lit-tie chil-dren three, The m Waste not, want not, is...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236652487
  • 9781236652485