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==Original text and translations==
 
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1. Christian, dost thou see them on the holy ground,
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  How the troops of Midian prowl and prowl around?
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  Christian, up and smite them, counting gain but loss;
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  Smite them by the merit of the holy Cross.
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2. Christian, dost thou feel them, how they work within,
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  Striving, tempting luring, goading into sin?
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  Christian, never tremble; never be down cast;
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  Smite them by the virtue of the Lenten fast.
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3. Christian, dost thou hear them how they speak thee fair?
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  'Always fast and vigil? Always watch and prayer?'
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  Christian, answer boldly, 'While I breathe I pray:'
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  Peace shall follow battle, night shall end in day.
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4. 'Well I know thy trouble, O my servant true;
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  Thou art very weary, I was weary too;
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  But that toil shall make thee some day all mine own,
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  And the end of sorrow shall be near my throne.'
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</poem>
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  • CPDL #22159: [ Icon_pdf.gif] [ Icon_snd.gif] [ Capella]
Editor: James Gibb (submitted 2010-08-21).   Score information: A4, 1 page, 21 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: From the Church Hymnary, 1927

General Information

Title: Christian, dost thou see them?
Composer: John Bacchus Dykes
Tune: St Andrew of Crete
Lyricist: John Mason Neale

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Meter: 65. 65. D
Genre: SacredHymn

Language: English
Instruments: a cappella
Published:

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Original text and translations

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1. Christian, dost thou see them on the holy ground,
   How the troops of Midian prowl and prowl around?
   Christian, up and smite them, counting gain but loss;
   Smite them by the merit of the holy Cross.

2. Christian, dost thou feel them, how they work within,
   Striving, tempting luring, goading into sin?
   Christian, never tremble; never be down cast;
   Smite them by the virtue of the Lenten fast.

3. Christian, dost thou hear them how they speak thee fair?
   'Always fast and vigil? Always watch and prayer?'
   Christian, answer boldly, 'While I breathe I pray:'
   Peace shall follow battle, night shall end in day.

4. 'Well I know thy trouble, O my servant true;
   Thou art very weary, I was weary too;
   But that toil shall make thee some day all mine own,
   And the end of sorrow shall be near my throne.'