301. What Will You Do with Jesus?

1 Jesus is standing in Pilate’s hall--
Friendless, forsaken, betrayed by all;
Hearken! what meaneth the sudden call!
What will you do with Jesus?

Chorus:
What will you do with Jesus?
Neutral you cannot be;
Someday your heart will be asking,
“What will He do with me?”

2 Jesus is standing on trial still,
You can be false to Him if you will,
You can be faithful thro' good or ill:
What will you do with Jesus? (Chorus)

3 Will you evade Him as Pilate tried?
Or will you choose Him, whate’er betide?
Vainly you struggle from Him to hide:
What will you do with Jesus? (Chorus)

4 Will you, like Peter, your Lord deny?
Or will you scorn from His foes to fly,
Daring for Jesus to live or die?
What will you do with Jesus? (Chorus)

5 “Jesus, I give Thee my heart today!
Jesus, I’ll follow Thee all the way,
Gladly obeying Thee!” will you say:
“This I will do with Jesus!” (Chorus)

Text Information
First Line: Jesus is standing in Pilate's hall
Title: What Will You Do with Jesus?
Author: Albert B. Simpson
Publication Date: 1980
Scripture: Matthew 26:70; Matthew 27:22; Mark 14:66-72; Mark 15:1-5
Topic: Christ: Sacrifice
Refrain First Line: What will you do with Jesus?
Tune Information
Name: [Jesus is standing in Pilate's hall]
Composer: M. L. Stocks
Key: C Major



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