Let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob; and He will teach us of His ways, and we will walk in His paths.@Isaiah 2:3
William A. Ogden (1841–1897)

Victoria E. Keith, in Glad Tidings, by William L. Mason (New York: A. Barnes, 1899), page 33.

College Station William A. Ogden (🔊 pdf nwc).

I’m climbing Zion’s mountain,
With Jesus as my guide,
I’ll reach the cleansing fountain—
The precious crimson tide.


I’m onward, upward climbing
Mount Zion’s rugged side;
I’ll reach the land immortal
And there in joy abide.

Earth’s storms are all below me—
Her floods can reach me not;
Close to the Rock of Ages
I’ll find a sheltered spot.


Ne’er was a friend so faithful,
And ne’er a guide so true;
I will to Him be loyal
The whole long journey through.