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Soldiers of Christ Arise (Soldados de Cristo Levantate)

Bunes Dias. Como estas en ‘esta manana? (How are you this morning?) Espero que toda la gente se levantan en ‘esta manana feliz y sano, (I hope that everyone got up this morning happy and heathy.) Cada dia tenemos ser fuerte porque el diablo siempre esta’ detras de nosostros. (Everyday we must be strong because the devil is always after us.) Necesitamos la armadura de Dios. (We need the armour of God.) Necesitamos fe, amor, paciencia, alegria, autocontrol, y pureza. (We need faith, love, patience, joy, self control, and purity.) Necesitamos conocer que es estrito en la Biblia. (We need to know what is written in the Bible.) Necesitamos muchas cosas a ser fuerte y sano en Cristo. (We need a lot of things to be strong and healthy in Christ.) Espero que tienes todo que tienes. (I hope you have everything you need.)

Soldiers of Christ Arise

Soldados de Cristo Levantate

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Soldiers of Christ arise

Soldados de Cristo levantate

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And put your armour on

Y vestirse con su armadura

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Strong in the strength which God supplies

Fuerte en la fuerza que Dios nos da

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Through his beloved son.

Por su querido hijo.

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Strong in the mighty hosts

Fuerte en los angeles poderoso

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And in his mighty power

Y en su poder poderoso

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Who in the strength of Jesus trusts

‘El hombre que tiene confia en el fuerte de Jesus

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Is more than conqueror.

Es mas que un conquistador.

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Stand then in his great might

Pongase de pie en su poder grande

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With all his strength endued,

Con todo fuerte dotado,

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And take to arm you for the fight

Y toma para amarte para la pelea

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The panoply of God.

La panoplia de Dios.

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That, having all things done,

‘Esto, tendiendo todas cosas terminado,

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And all your conflicts past,

Y todos de tu conflictos pasados

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You may over come through Christ alone,

Puedes venecer solo a traves de Cristo,

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And stand entire at last.

Y pones de pie entero al fin.

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Leave no unguarded place,

Deja no lugar desprotegido

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No weakness of the soul,

No debilidad de la alma,

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Take every virtue, every grace,

Toma cada virtud, casa gracia,

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And fortify the whole.

Y fortalece el conjunto.

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To keep your armour bright,

Para mantener su armadura brillante,

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Attend with constant prayer,

Asistir con oracion contante,

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Still walking in your captain’s sight

Todavia caminando en el luz de su capitan

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And watching unto prayer.

Y nirando a la oracion.

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Pray without ceasing,

Ora sin terminado.

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Your captain gives the word,

Tu capitan da la palabra,

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His summons cheerfully obey

Alegremente obedecer su citacion

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And call upon the Lord

Y llama al Senor

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To God, your every want

A Dios, todos de tus deseos

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In instant prayer displayed;

En oracion instante expone;

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Pray always; pray and never faint;

Ora siempre; ora y nunca se desmaya;

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Pray without ceasing, pray.

Ora sin terminado, ora.

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From strength to strength go on,

De fuerte a fuerte va delante.

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wrestle, and fight, and pray.

Arrebata y pelea, y ora.

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Tread all the powers of darkness down,

Pisa todos los poderes a la oscuridad hacia abajo,

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And win the well-fought day,

Y gana el dia bien peleado,

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Still let the Spirit cry

Todavia deja el Sspiritu Santo grita

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To all his soldiers, “Come!”

A todos de su soldados, “Viene!”

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Til Christ the Lord descends from high

Hasta Cristo el Senor va descender de arriba

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And takes the conquerors home.

Y toma los conquitadores a su casa.

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