The Tidal Wave: A Choice Collection of Temperance Songs, Quartets, Choruses, &c

Front Cover
Biglow & Main, 1874 - Cantatas, Secular - 64 pages
0 Reviews
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages

Contents

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 7 - In defence of truth and justice, Like a bulwark we must stand, And the soul that's full of courage Will give courage to the hand.
Page 5 - Chide mildly the erring, entreat them with care, Their natures are mortal, they need not despair, We all have some frailty, we all are unwise, The grace which redeems us must come from the skies.
Page 60 - Dare to do right! dare to be true! Keep the great judgment-seat always in view; Look at your work as you'll look at it then — Scanned by Jehovah, and angels, and men.
Page 5 - Chide mildly the erring! jeer not at their fall ! If strength were but human, how weakly were all ! What marvel that footsteps should wander astray, When tempests so...
Page 55 - That sparkling glass if you partake, Will prove your deadly foe, And may, e'er yet its bubbles break, Have sealed your endless wo.
Page 15 - INTEMPERANCE, like a raging flood, Is sweeping o'er the land ; Its dire effects, in tears and blood, Are traced on every hand. 2 It still flows on, and bears away Ten thousands to their doom : Who shall the mighty torrent stay, And disappoint the tomb...
Page 26 - Hand to band united, Heart to heart as one, Let us still keep marching Till our journey's done. Till we see the angels Come in glory down, With the shining garments And the victor's crown . Strike, strike for victory, heroes bold ; Strike, till the victory you behold ; Strike, strike for victory, ne'er give o'er ; Rest then in glory evermore. "O, bless the Lord, ye people.
Page 38 - Leave the shop and farm, Leave your bright hearth?s warm : To the polls ! the land to save, Let your lead • ere be True and no - ble, free, Fear • less, temp'rate, good and S2: 3.
Page 15 - Almighty God ! no hand but thine Can check this flowing tide ; Stretch out thine arm of power divine, And bid the flood subside.
Page 11 - O will ye longer tarry, Just at the outer gate ; While sorrowing hearts in silence, For their deliverance wait. Come sisters, to the rescue, Come, brothers, close the ranks ; In God's own time we'll conquer, And at His feet give thanks.

Bibliographic information