He will rule from sea to sea and from the River to the ends of the earth.@Psalm 72:8
Albert W. T. Orsborn

Albert Orsborn, 1914. The words are from Orsborn’s poem From Lands Afar, which he wrote for a number performed at the Sal­va­tion Ar­my’s International Congress in June 1914.

Pilgrims Hen­ry T. Smart, 1868 (🔊 pdf nwc).

Henry T. Smart

Yet once again, by God’s abundant mercy,
We join our song of thankfulness and praise;
Ever the light of our Redeemer’s victory
Shineth before us in the world’s dark ways.


Jesus shall conquer, lift up the strain!
Evil shall perish and righteousness shall reign.

O for the time of Christ’s completed mission!
Throbs of its rapture reach us as we pray;
Gleams of its glory bursting on our vision
Send us to labor, urge us on our way.


Stretch out Thy hand, O God, and let the nations
Feel through Thine host the thrill of life divine;
Grant us, we pray, still greater revelations,
Make of these days an everlasting sign.