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How shall you stand, my brother

How shall you stand, my brother

Author: Charles A. Mack
Tune: [How shall you stand, my brother]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Representative Text

1 How shall you stand, my brother,
If from Jesus you will stray?
How shall you stand, my brother,
If you drift so far away?

How shall you stand? how shall you stand?
How shall you stand when the King draws nigh?
You must be saved without delay,
For He passeth quickly by.

2 Christ beckons you, my brother,
He calls you, “O, come today,”
For He’s the one that loves you,
He will stop the tempter’s sway. [Refrain]

3 Christ in your soul, my brother,
Will help you for heav’n to start;
And He will keep you, brother,
To your soul His grace impart. [Refrain]

Source: Boundless Love: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings #159

Author: Charles A. Mack

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First Line: How shall you stand, my brother
Author: Charles A. Mack


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Boundless Love #159

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