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666. Who Is on the Lord's Side

1 Who is on the Lord’s side? Who will serve the King?
Who will be his helpers, other lives to bring?
Who will leave the world’s side? Who will face the foe?
Who is on the Lord’s side? Who for Him will go?
By thy call of mercy, by thy grace divine,
we are on the Lord’s side, Savior, we are thine.

2 Jesus, thou hast bought us, not with gold or gem,
but with Thine own life-blood, for thy diadem.
With thy blessing filling each who comes to thee,
thou hast made us willing, thou hast made us free.
By thy grand redemption, by thy grace divine,
we are on the Lord’s side, Savior, we are thine.

3 Fierce may be the conflict, strong may be the foe,
but the King’s own army none can overthrow.
Round his standard ranging victory is secure;
for his truth unchanging makes the triumph sure.
Joyfully enlisting by thy grace divine,
we are on the Lord’s side, Savior, we are thine.

Text Information
First Line: Who is on the Lord's side
Title: Who Is on the Lord's Side
Author: Frances R. Havergal (1877)
Language: English
Publication Date: 1990
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: The Christian Life: Loyalty and Courage; Conflict, Spirtual
Tune Information
Composer: C. Luise Reichardt (1853)
Arranger: John Goss (1872)
Key: B♭ Major

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