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For Christ and the Church let our voices




“For Christ and the Church”
let our voices ring,
Let us honor the name
of our own blessed King;
Let us work with a will
in the strength of youth,
And loyally stand
for the kingdom of truth.

For Christ
our Redeemer,
For Christ
who died to save;
For the Church
His blood hath purchased;
Lord, make us pure and brave.



“For Christ and the Church”
be our earnest prayer,
Let us follow His banner,
the cross daily bear;
Let us yield, wholly yield,
to the Spirit’s power,
And faithfully serve Him
in life’s brightest hour.

For Christ
our Redeemer,
For Christ
who died to save;
For the Church
His blood hath purchased;
Lord, make us pure and brave.



“For Christ and the Church”
willing offerings make,
Time and talents and gold
for the dear Master’s sake;
We will render the best
we can bring to Him,
The heart’s wealth of love,
that will never grow dim.

For Christ
our Redeemer,
For Christ
who died to save;
For the Church
His blood hath purchased;
Lord, make us pure and brave.



“For Christ and the Church”
let us cast aside,
By His conquering grace,
chains of self, fear, and pride;
May our lives be enriched
by an aim so grand;
Then happy the call
to the Saviour’s right hand.

For Christ
our Redeemer,
For Christ
who died to save;
For the Church
His blood hath purchased;
Lord, make us pure and brave.


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