Stand For Right, Against The Wrong
Courage brother, do not waver,
Stand for right though with a few,
Wrong is wrong though guilded over,
To yourself and God be true.
You are not alone in battle.,
Though a curtain hides the throng,
Gideon’s hosts are on the hill top,
They will help to conquer wrong.
Wrong may triumph for a moment,
But as sure as God is right,
Truth at last prevaileth ever
Over falsehood and its blight.
As the angels guard us ever
In His own good time some day,
If we’re right we’ll win the battle,
As we labor, wait and pray.
Then be brave and do not falter
We are with you though unknown,
For as God our hairs has numbered
He will thus protect His own.
There are brighter days to greet you
Higher planes you yet may find,
If for truth you stand undaunted,
Leaving wrong and greed behind.
Onward, press, the wrong will vanish
And the sun will shine again,
Making glad the heart discouraged
By the plotter and his gang,
They cannot deceive the masses
Of the people brave and true.
Then take hope and courage, brother,
They will surely stand by you.
__Nettie Squire Sutton
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“Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be dismayed: for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”
3 thoughts on “Standing for Right, Against the Wrong”
If I recall the lesson correctly, Fear Not in it’s various forms (as above) appears 365 times in the Bible.
I don’t remember hearing that before– thank you for sharing. 🙂
One reminder to “fear not” for every day of the year!
And a reminder that Leap Year is man’s invention. Oh , what to do on #366?