756. Soldiers of Christ, Arise

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1 Soldiers of Christ, arise
and put your armor on,
strong in the strength that God supplies
through his eternal Son;
strong in the Lord of hosts,
and in his mighty power,
who in the strength of Jesus trusts
is more than conqueror.

2 Stand, then, in his great might,
with all his strength endued,
and take, to arm you for the fight,
the weapons of our God;
from strength to strength go on,
wrestle and fight and pray;
tread all the powers of darkness down
and win the well-fought day.

3 Leave no unguarded place,
no weakness of the soul;
take every virtue, every grace,
and fortify the whole;
till, having all things done,
and all your conflicts past,
you overcome through Christ alone
and stand complete at last.

Text Information
First Line: Soldiers of Christ arise
Title: Soldiers of Christ, Arise
Author: Charles Wesley (1749, alt.)
Meter: S.M.D.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1990
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Conflict, Spirtual; Demons
Tune Information
Composer: George J. Elvey (1868)
Composer (descant): Donald P. Hustad (1989)
Meter: S.M.D.
Key: D Major
Copyright: Desc. © 1990 Hope Publishing Company

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