The Lord shall give thee rest from the hard bondage.@Isaiah 14:3
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Fanny Crosby (1820–1915)

Fan­ny Cros­by, in Wel­come Tid­ings, by Ro­bert Low­ry, How­ard Doane & Ira D. San­key (New York: Big­low & Main, 1877), num­ber 78.

W. How­ard Doane (🔊 pdf nwc).

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W. Howard Doane (1832–1915)

Arise, come ye forth,
And forever break the chain,
That long had oppressed you
With sorrow and pain;
Arise, come ye forth,
Hear the blessèd Lord’s command,
And He Himself will guide you
With a strong, strong hand.

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Come forth, come forth,
And shout the jubilee,
Come forth, come forth,
The Lord will make you free;
Come forth from your bonds,
Hear the blessèd Lord’s command,
And He Himself will guide you
With a strong, strong hand.

Arise, come ye forth;
Will ye spend your life for naught,
When Jesus who loves you
A ransom has bought?
The price of His blood,
Receive it while you may;
Behold the promised time is now;
O come away.

Refrain

Arise, come ye forth,
And be slaves to sin no more,
How oft your deliv’rer
Has called you before;
Come forth from your bonds,
And your liberty receive;
Your willing hearts to Jesus give:
Repent, believe.

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