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Fall Into Line

Brother, the conflict is raging today

Author: R. H. Shaftoe
Tune: [Brother, the conflict is raging today]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Brother, the conflict is raging today,
God calls for you then why longer delay,
Fall into line with the brave and the true,
Do with your might what your hands find to do.

Refrain:
Fall into line, yes, we’ll fall into line.
Clothed for the conflict in armor divine,
Marching to battle, we’ll sing as we go,
Jesus, our leader, will vanquish the foe.

2 Sister, the Master needs soldiers like you,
Who in the conflict will always prove true,
Fall into line, boldly march to the fight,
Sin must be vanquished, then stand for the right. [Refrain]

3 Sinner, ‘tis Jesus who calls you today,
Come to Him now, He will show you the way,
Come and be saved by His power divine,
Then with His soldiers just fall into line. [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Herald in Song #68

Author: R. H. Shaftoe

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Text Information

First Line: Brother, the conflict is raging today
Title: Fall Into Line
Author: R. H. Shaftoe
Refrain First Line: Fall into line

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Gospel Herald in Song #68

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