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Stand Up for the Truth
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(published by Horace Waters, N.Y., 1863)
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Stand up for the truth all your lifetime,
And never be tempted away;
Stand firm in your duty though others
May seek you to lead you astray;
Stand firm though companions around you,
Are yielding to error and sin; ....
Stand firm, and when this life is over;
A heavenly crown you will win.
Chorus:
Stand up for the truth all your lifetime,
And never be tempted to sin;
Stand up for the truth all your lifetime,
A heavenly crown you will win.
Stand up for the truth all your lifetime,
And never be tempted to sin;
Stand up for the truth all your lifetime,
A heavenly crown you will win.
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Stand up for the truth without falter,
Though pathways of sin may look bright;
Yet sooner or later they’ll plunge you
In misery “darkness and night.”
Stand firm! Tho’ the tempter revile you,
Stand firm like the oak in the wood;
No matter what ills may bequile you,
Stand up for the true and the good.
Chorus:
Stand up for the truth! be in earnest;
Whatever you say or you do;
For this is he noblest of lessons,
The bible is teaching to you.
Stand firm, all your days, for hereafter,
Oh! sweet are the joys you will share;
Stand firm! and your Heavenly Father
Will keep you forever in care.
Chorus:
   
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