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O Brother, Be Faithful

Author: Uriah Smith Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4713 Meter: 11.8.11.8 D First Line: O brother, be faithful! Soon Jesus will come Lyrics: 1. O brother, be faithful! Soon Jesus will come, For whom we have waited so long; O, soon we shall enter our glorious home, And join in the conqueror’s song. O brother, be faithful! For why should we prove Unfaithful to Him who hath shown Such deep, such unbounded and infinite love— Who died to redeem us His own. 2. O brother, be faithful! The city of gold, Prepared for the good and the blest, Is waiting its portals of pearl to unfold, And welcome thee into thy rest. Then, brother, prove faithful! Not long shall we stay In weariness here, and forlorn, Time’s dark night of sorrow is wearing away, We haste to the glorious morn. 3. O brother, be faithful! He soon will descend, Creation’s omnipotent King, While legions of angels His chariot attend, And palm wreaths of victory bring. O brother, be faithful! and soon shalt thou hear Thy Savior pronounce the glad word, Well done, faithful servant; thy title is clear To enter the joy of thy Lord. 4. O brother, be faithful! Eternity’s years Shall tell for thy faithfulness now, When bright smiles of gladness shall scatter thy tears, A coronet gleam on thy brow. O brother, be faithful! The promise is sure, That waits for the faithful and tried; To reign with the ransomed, immortal and pure, And ever with Jesus abide. Languages: English Tune Title: FAITHFUL

O Brother, Be Faithful

Author: Uriah Smith (1832-1903) Hymnal: Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal #602 (1985) First Line: O brother, be faithful! soon Jesus will come Topics: Watchfulness Tune Title: FAITHFUL

Sé fiel siempre, hermano

Author: Uriah Smith (1832-1903); Héctor Pereyra Suárez (1922- ); María L. Mateo de Gómez (1947- ) Hymnal: Himnario Adventista del Séptimo Día #478 (2010) First Line: Sé fiel siempre, hermano, Jesús volverá Topics: La Vida Christian Peregrinación; The Christian Life Pilgrimage Scripture: Luke 16:10 Languages: Spanish Tune Title: FAITHFUL
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O brother, be faithful! soon Jesus will come

Author: U. Smith Hymnal: The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book #509 (1886) Lyrics: 1 O brother, be faithful! soon Jesus will come, For whom we have waited so long; O, soon we shall enter our glorious home, And join in the conqueror's song. O brother, be faithful! for why should we prove Unfaithful to him who hath shown Such deep, such unbounded and infinite love Who died to redeem us his own. 2 O brother, be faithful! the city of gold, Prepared for the good and the blest, Is waiting its portals of pearl to unfold, And welcome thee into thy rest, Then, brother, prove faithful! not long shall we stay In weariness here, and forlorn, Time's dark night of sorrow is wearing away, We haste to the glorious morn. 3 O brother, be faithful! He soon will descend, Creation's omnipotent King, While legions of angels his chariot attend, And palm-wreaths of victory bring. O brother, be faithful! and soon shalt thou hear Thy Saviour pronounce the glad word, Well done, faithful servant, thy title is clear, To enter the joy of the Lord. 4 O brother, be faithful! eternity's years Shall tell for thy faithfulness now, When bright smiles of gladness shall scatter thy tears, And a coronet gleam on thy brow. O brother, be faithful! the promise is sure, That waits for the faithful and tried; To reign with the ransomed, immortal and pure, And ever with Jesus abide. Topics: The Christian Hymns for Social Worship Tune Title: BROTHER, BE FAITHFUL

O Brother, Be Faithful

Author: U. Smith Hymnal: The Church Hymnal #173 (1941) Meter: 11.8.11.8 D First Line: O brother, be faithful! soon Jesus will come Topics: Jesus Christ His Second Coming Languages: English Tune Title: FAITHFUL

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