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" The voice at midnight came, He started up to hear ; A mortal arrow pierced his frame — He fell, but felt no fear. "
The Southern literary messenger - Page 23
1842
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 27

1849 - 748 pages
...Mr. M'lntosh, now of Dalkeith ; and in the evening, by the Rev. George Paterson, of East Linton : " Servant of God, well done, Rest from thy loved employ; The battle fought, the victory won, Eater thy Master's joy." MINISTERS AND MISSIONS. No. I, THE MISSIONARY SPIRIT. THE conviction appears...
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 32

1854 - 834 pages
...the following stanzas on the death of a minister of the gospel ? " Servant of God, well done ! Best from thy loved employ ; The battle fought, the victory won, Enter thy Master's joy. "His sword was ill his hand, Still warm iciih recent Jight, Beady that moment, at command, Through...
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The Christian Herald, Volume 3

1817 - 430 pages
...encumbering clay; Servant of God ! well dono, Rest from thy lov'd employ ; The battles's fought, the vic'try won Enter thy master's joy ; The voice at midnight came, He started up to hear ; A mortal arrow pierc'd his frame, He fell— but felt no fear. At home amidst alarms, It found him in the field ;...
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The Methodist Magazine, Volume 1

1818 - 494 pages
...Montgomery. SERVANT of GOD ! well done, Rest from thy lov'd employ ; The battle's fought, the vict'ry won, Enter thy Master's joy ; — The voice at midnight came, He started up to hear ; A mortal arrow pierc'd his frame, He fell— but felt no fear. At home amidst alarms, It found him in the field ;...
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Greenland, and Other Poems, Part 341

James Montgomery - 1819 - 272 pages
...preceding evening, tliat he hoped to die as an old soldier of Jesus Christ, with his sword in his hand. SERVANT of God ! well done ; Rest from thy loved employ...fear. Tranquil amidst alarms, It found him in the field, A veteran slumbering on his arms, Beneath his red-cross shield : His sword was in his hand,...
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Greenland, and Other Poems, Part 341

James Montgomery - 1819 - 284 pages
...evening, that he hoped to die as an old soldier of Jesus Christ, with his sword in his hand. OERVANT of God ! well done ; Rest from thy loved employ ;...fear. Tranquil amidst alarms, It found him in the field, A veteran slumbering on his arms, Beneath his red-cross shield : His sword was in his hand,...
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The Tract Magazine and Christian Miscellany

1876 - 352 pages
...think, when His day comes, how you could almost die again of joy to hear Him say, bending to you — " Servant of God, well done ! Rest from thy loved employ...fought, the victory won, Enter thy Master's joy." it." LADY, now gone to the eternal home prepared for those who love and trust in Jesus Christ, was...
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Select poetry; chiefly on subjects connected with religion

Select poetry - 1825 - 182 pages
...; Perfect love dispel their fears ; And for ever, from their eyes, God shall wipe away all tears. " SERVANT of God ! well done ; Rest from thy loved employ...fear. Tranquil amidst alarms, It found him in the field, A veteran slumbring on his arms, Beneath his red-cross shield : His sword was in his hand, Still...
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The Christian Psalmist: Or, Hymns, Selected and Original, with an ...

James Montgomery - 1825 - 482 pages
...hope hast perfect love, And open vision for the written word. 534. On the death of an aged Minister. I SERVANT of God, well done ! Rest from thy loved employ...battle fought, the victory won, Enter thy Master's joy. 2 The voice at midnight came, He started up to hear; A mortal arrow pierced his frame, He fell, —...
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Hymns, anthems, and psalms, compiled by W. Burgh

Walter Burgh - 1826 - 382 pages
...To THEE with whom I trust to live. CCCXXI. DEATH OF AN AGED CHRISTIAN Abridged, from Montgomery. ' SERVANT of God, well done! ' Rest from thy loved employ...felt no fear. Tranquil amidst alarms, It found him on the field, A warrior, slumbering on his arms Beneath his burnish'd shield. Bent still on noble toils,...
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