1 Have you heard the marching orders
From the mighty King of kings?
All along the line of battle
Like a clarion call it rings;
Gird ye on the gospel armor!
Onward! forward, soldiers true!
In the conflict fiercely raging,
Christ, the Lord, has need of you.
Let the glorious watchword ring!
Help the victory to bring!
Soldiers true must never sound retreat,
Soldiers true must never know defeat!
We are under marching orders of the King.
2 Have you felt the call to duty
Surging, pulsing in your breast?
Voices which would not be silent,
Would not let you longer rest?
‘Tis the Spirit’s call to service,
Rise, and at His bidding go
To the fields with harvest bending,
And the joys of reaping know. [Refrain]
3 There are lands which must be taken,
Battles to be fought and won,
Precious sheaves which must be gathered,
So much work yet to be done!
Stand no longer idly waiting,
When you precious souls might win;
Haste away, and with the faithful
Let your name be counted in. [Refrain]
Source: The King of Glory #116
|Instances (1 - 7 of 7)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Calvary's Praises #116||Onward, Forward||Have you heard the marching orders||[Have you heard the marching orders]||Mrs. C. H. M.||1917|
|Enduring Hymns #d61||Onward, forward, let the glorious watchword ring||Have you heard the marching orders||Lelia N. Morris||1914|
|Gospel Bells #d61||Onward, forward, let the glorious watchword ring||Have you heard the marching orders||Lelia N. Morris||1918|
|The King of Glory #116||Onward, Forward||Have you heard the marching orders||[Have you heard the marching orders]||Mrs. C. H. M.||1918|
|The King's Praise ... a General Purpose Song Book #d48||Onward, forward||Have you heard the marching orders||Lelia N. Morris||1927|
|The Victory: a collection of popular Sunday school songs new and old #96||Onward! forward! Let the glorious watchword ring!||Have you heard the marching orders||Mrs. C. H. Morris||1908|
|Wonder Hymns of Faith #d54||Onward, forward||Have you heard the marching orders||Lelia N. Morris||1923|