6862. To Glory or to Gloom?

1. There’s a gentle voice that’s pleading with you, brother,
You have heard it at the morning, night and noon;
And it speaks to you today, as in paths of sin you stray;
Are you going on to glory or to gloom?

Refrain
Going on to glory or to gloom?
On to endless joy or endless doom?
Brother, hear the voice of God
As He speaks to you in love,
Are you going on to glory or to gloom?

2. ’Tis a question you must answer, O my brother,
For the judgment day is coming, sure and soon;
You are standing here today, at the parting of the way;
Are you going on to glory or to gloom? [Refrain]

3. You are choosing in this solemn hour, my brother,
And your choice may fix your soul’s eternal doom;
Jesus waits for you today, pointing t’ward the narrow way;
Are you going on to glory or to gloom? [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: There's a gentle voice that's pleading with you, brother
Title: To Glory or to Gloom?
Author: Ella P. Martin (1903)
Refrain First Line: Going on to glory or to gloom?
Language: English
Source: The Gospel Hymn Book, by Daniel B. Towner (Dayton, Ohio: The Lorenz Publishing Company, 1903), number 134
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [There's a gentle voice that's pleading with you, brother]
Composer: Ella P. Martin (1903)
Incipit: 55555 57767 21176
Key: A♭ Major
Source: The Gospel Hymn Book, by Daniel B. Towner (Dayton, Ohio: The Lorenz Publishing Company, 1903), number 134
Copyright: Public Domain



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