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To the Harvest Field

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Songs of Hope #273 (1919) Tune Title: [A band of faithful reapers we] First Line: A band of faithful reapers we Refrain First Line: To the harvest-field away Languages: English
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To the Harvest Field

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Hymns and Sacred Songs #302 (1918) Tune Title: [A band of faithful reapers we] First Line: A band of faithful reapers we Refrain First Line: To the harvest field away Languages: English
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To the Harvest-Field

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: The Popular Hymnal #363 (1918) Tune Title: [A band of faithful reapers, we] First Line: A band of faithful reapers, we Refrain First Line: To the harvest field away Topics: Choruses; Missionary; Recessional; Social Service
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To the Harvest Field

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Redemption Songs #902 (1937) Tune Title: [A band of faithful reapers we] First Line: A band of faithful reapers we Refrain First Line: To the harvest field away Topics: Choir Pieces Languages: English
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To The Harvest Field

Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #12047 Tune Title: [A band of faithful reapers we] First Line: A band of faithful reapers we Refrain First Line: To the harvest field away Lyrics: 1 A band of faithful reapers we, Who gather for eternity, The golden sheaves of ripened grain From every valley, hill and plain Our song is one the reapers sing, In honor of their Lord and king— The Master of the harvest wide, Who for a world of sinners died. Refrain: To the harvest field away, For the Master calleth; There is work for all today, Ere the darkness falleth. Swiftly do the moments fly, Harvest days are going by, Going, going, going, going by. 2 We are a faithful gleaning band, And labor at our Lord’s command, Unyielding, loyal, tried and true, For lo! the reapers are but few; Behold the waving harvest field, Abundant with a golden yield; And hear the Lord of harvest say To all: Go reap for Me today. [Refrain] 3 The golden hours like moments fly, And harvest days are passing by; Then take thy rusty sickle down, And labor for a fadeless crown; Why will you idly stand and wait? Behold, the hour is growing late! Can you to judgment bring but leaves, While here are waiting golden sheaves? [Refrain] Languages: English
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Happy Loveland

Author: S. C. Kirk Hymnal: Songs for Little Singers #10 (1909) Tune Title: [A band of happy children] First Line: A band of happy children Refrain First Line: O bright and happy Loveland Languages: English
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The Boys' Brigade

Author: S. C. Kirk Hymnal: Songs for Little Singers #18 (1909) Tune Title: [A band of temp'rance boys are we] First Line: A band of temp'rance boys are we Refrain First Line: Boys of a royal army we Languages: English
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Onward! Forward!

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Pentecostal Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined #52 (1911) Tune Title: [A band of true and valiant soldiers] First Line: A band of true and valiant soldiers Refrain First Line: Onward, forward, we will take the world Topics: Progress; Rally Day; Resolution; Warfare Languages: English
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Onward! Forward!

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Zion's Praises (1st ed.) #56 (1903) Tune Title: [A band of true and valiant soldiers] First Line: A band of true and valiant soldiers Languages: English
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Look to the Light-House

Author: Mrs. E. W. Chapman Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #37 (1885) Tune Title: [A beacon bright the Christian stands] First Line: A beacon bright the Christian stands Refrain First Line: Look! Look Lyrics: 1 A beacon bright the Christian stands, Upon the shore of time; A lighthouse built on solid rock, That rears its head sublime. Chorus: Look! Look! Look to the light house, sailor, It tells of danger near; Look! Look! Look to the lighthouse, sailor, And guide thy vessel clear. 2 A tower high the Christian stands, A clear and shining light, To cast a gleam across the sea Of earth’s dark, gloomy night. [Chorus] 3 Grand sentinel upon life’s coast, Be faithful, true, and brave; And ever keep your light ablaze, Benighted souls to save. [Chorus] Topics: Christian Courage and Cheer Languages: English

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