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And mock'd the cross and flame.
They met the tyrant's brandish'd steel,
The lion's gory mane;
They bow'd their necks the death to feel,
Who follows in their train?

A noble army, men and boys,
The matron and the maid;
Around the Saviour's throne rejoice,
In robes of light arrayed.
They climb'd the steep ascent of heav'n
Thro' peril, toil and pain;
0, God, to us may grace be giv n
To follow in their train.

Pull for the Shore
Light in the darkness, sailor, day is at hand!
See o'er the foaming billows fair Haven's land;
Dear was the voyage, sailor, now almost o'er,
Safe within the life-boat, sailor, pull for the shore.

Pull for the shore, sailor, pull for the shore!
Heed not the rolling waves, but bend to the oar;
Safe in the life-boat, sailor, cling to self no more!
Leave the poor old stranded wreck, and pull for the shore.

Bright gleams the morning, sailor, up lift the eye,
Clouds and darkness disappearing, glory is nigh!
Safe in the life-boat, sailor, sing evermore;
"Glory, glory, hallelujah !" pull for the shore.

Brighten the Corner Where You Are
(Copyrighted by Homer A. Rodeheaver, Owner)
(E Flat)
Do not wait until some deed of greatness you may do,
Do not wait to shed your light afar,
To the many duties ever near you now be true,
Brighten the corner, where you are.

Brighten the corner where you are!
Brighten the corner where you are!
Some one far from harbor you may guide across the bar,
Brighten the corner where you are.

Just above are clouded skies that you may help to clear,
Let not narrow self your way debar,
Tho' into one heart alone may fall your song of cheer,

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