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NEW ORLEANS, LA. Foi 1 Cln v For C We i H: I c ) Aid ' a ) ! Th. * (Ma Ma All. Let * . [ ?u k ^ "tto tbe Xaw | m tbts THflorb, it i ATLANTA, OA., FEBRUARY 10, 1909. Jffnr AU <3lfy Saints. all Thy saints who labor on we pray,? "hy patient, toiling saints, who still are here nbing and faltering up life's rugged way,? 'orget them not, O Lord, to them be near! all Thy saints in far-flung lines, who still Gallantly raise Thy standard 'gainst the foe, : plead,?oh, show them perfectly Thy will, iive them the succors of Thy hand to know! lp them, with lifted heads, to stem the tide )t hostile forces menacing their lives, 1 each true saint on fields of battle wide, Is with the ranks of sin he sternly strives. ese are Thy saints, O God,?as truly Thine Ls those who rest before the great White Throne, y they at last in that same radiance shine, day they, like them, be numbered as Thine Own. y they, when life's long fight is fully o'er, oin in that hallelujah chorus grand longst the victors, gathered on heaven's shor< Vho, crowned and robed in white, triumphal stand. for Thy saints who labor still, we pray, "hy fainting, faithful saints,?O Friend Divin< : them be circled by Thine arms to-day, Lnd soon, like those who rest, in glory shine ?TLlizabeth Strang Vain anb to tbe Uestimong. Hf tbev? speah not i is because tbcre is no light in tbem.?1st 57Z7?yy Presbyeer/arJ Presbyter/am ^ er/y Presbyter/ah RICHMOND, VA. I I e, it e, ?J i. *ccor&tiiG to itah biii : 20.