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15. Where Will You Stand?

1 Oh, brother, which side of the Lord will you stand,
In the day when the judgment has come,
When the Lord shall come forth, with the book in His hand,
To reckon with ev'ry one.

Chorus:
Oh, where will you stand,
Oh, where will you stand, you stand,
When the Lord shall come forth,
With the book in His hand,
To reckon with ev'ry one.

2 The day of the Lord is most certain to come,
And in judgment we all must appear,
Where Christ will be judge of the quick and the dead,
Oh, brother, you too will be there. [Chorus]

3 The refuge of lies will be then swept away,
The secrets of hearts be made known,
The Master will say to the faithful, well done,
To the wicked, depart and be gone. [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: Oh, brother, which side of the Lord will you stand
Title: Where Will You Stand?
Author: P. B.
Refrain First Line: Oh, where will you stand
Language: English
Publication Date: 1890
Scripture:
Copyright: Copyright, 1886, by P. Bilhorn.
Notes: "He shall separate them one from another."—Matt. xxv. 32.
Tune Information
Name: [Oh, brother, which side of the Lord will you stand]
Composer: P. Bilhorn
Incipit: 53334 12332 11111
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Copyright, 1886, by P. Bilhorn.



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