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Christ Has Risen
With heavy hearts, and doubtful minds,
The disciples looked to see
The body of the Son of God
Taken from the cruel tree.

He had been crucified and slain;
Two thieves had met their doom;
And then the body of the Lord
Was buried in the tomb.

With blasted hopes, and saddened hearts
The disciples went away,
And certain women who were there,
To rest the sabbath day.

And when the sabbath day was gone,
Scarce had the shadows flown,
The women came with spices sweet,
But found the Lord had gone.

“He is not here,” the angel said,
Turn, look, and see;
Go tell Peter and the rest
He has gone to Galilee.

Oh, how quickly they departed,
What great joy had filled their heart,
As they ran to the disciples,
To them the good news to impart.

He has risen! Christ has risen!
He hath conquered death, and hell;
And the angels bid us hasten
The good news to others tell.

But they scarcely did believe it,
Filled with doubt and joy combined
Until they ran into the garden,
And the empty tomb did find.  

​But their doubts were soon relinquished,
When they the Lord Himself did see,
At the place he had appointed
In the land of Galilee.

Oh, dear people, Christ has risen!
He has risen in my soul,
All my doubts and fears have vanished,
He hath blessed, and made me whole. —
Ulysses Phillips. 

Faith and Victory  April 1959



’TIS sweet to know as here I stay
That with my soul God has His way.
0 what a blessing! the joy it brings
When His blessed assurance within me rings.

’TIS sweet to know when I do a task
That I am doing what the Saviour did ask.
It brings such rejoicing, no time to repine;
I do it with pleasure, the blessings are mine.

’TIS sweet to know I’m doing His will
While the Father and Son abide in me still;
And His Spirit can show me and teach me to live, While all of my talents to Jesus I’ll give.

’TIS sweet to know in the heavens above
That my name is written and sealed with His love; That He watches o’er me and cares for His own;
He’ll never forsake me nor leave me alone.

WHEN life is thru and my work here is done,
My harvest is over and the battle is won,
’Tis sweet to know that He’s waiting for me;
I’ll be with Him ever in eternity. — Leslie Busbee  


Wait Awhile

When the hours pass so slowly
As you wait on the relief,
And life’s burdens seem so heavy,
And your heart is filled with grief.

Do not then become discouraged,
Neither give up in despair,
Just remember that the Saviour
Always hears and answers prayer.

Perhaps you have need of patience
And must wait a little while
Till the cloud of trouble passes
And the sun begins to smile.

Christ has said, “ I will go with thee”
When thou pass through fire and flood
There shall nothing come upon thee
Only what is for thy good.

Sometimes we’re tried as by fire,
Then again deep waters flow:
But remember Christ to follow,
Where he leadeth let us go. —

Ulysses Phillip  -- Faith & Victory 1936


“Sonny” Inquires”

“Say, Daddy! can all of these churches be right? Wherein some are all colored, and in others all white?

Where the Mexican and the Japanese each worship alone?
Will God have them separate around His White Throne?

“If we’re too proud to meet with them here,
Do you think He’ll permit us to gather up there?
How many fair heavens has He gone to prepare?
Can we each have a Heaven? and a Jesus, up there?

“Please tell me wherein God’s Word we can find
We may fix up a church to suit our own mind?
If we are a part of His Family on earth—
Have really been born of a spiritual birth;

“When He comes for His Bride, just whom will He take?
What color will He like? or selection will make?
Will God have a heaven for each race of its own?
And those who are half-breeds, share half time in each zone?” —Erle E. Forbes
--Faith & Victory--March 1939

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The Blood of the Lamb

“ See from His head, His hands, His feet,
Mingled sorrow and love flow down;
Did e’er such love and sorrow meet,
Or thorns compose so rich a crown?”

“ Behold the Saviour of mankind
Nailed to the shameful tree,
How vast the love that He inclined
To bleed and die for me!’’ —

Helen D. Bagby 

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Thirsting For God
“I heard the voice of Jesus say,
Behold, I freely give
The living water thirsty one,
Stoop down, and drink, and live.
“I came to Jesus and I drank
Of that life giving stream;
My thirst was quenched, my soul revived,
And now I live in Him.” —Ulysses Phillips.  


Is there a hope can pierce the gloom o f mortal night : And reach the soul that now in sin doth dwell?
No hope?" the saddest story tongue could ever tell!
A- precious, soul designed for Heaven’s light

Is doomed to an eternal burning hell!

But Hope, at first a spark and then a gleaming light! Behold the Savior weep and agonize.
Glad Hope, as on an angel’s wings we see Him rise To conquer death; and then to realms of light
He plants our hope secure beyond the skies.

Blest Hope, abounding joy and glory in the soul;
An anchor holding firm in every storm.
Sweet Hope that on the wings of love to man is borne A guiding light to lead us toward the goal.
And there we’ll gather on that golden morn.
, —

Clifford W. Wilson  Faith and Victory -  1949



Lord's Prayer Part 2.

Bro Ed Wilson



  And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them,
  That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.
  And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.
 There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.
  And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.
  And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart.  
Gen 6:1-6