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8223. Jesus Is Calling

1 Jesus, the Savior, is calling for thee,
Come, heavy laden one, come unto Me;
I will thy soul from its burdens set free—
Jesus is calling for thee!

Refrain:
Jesus is calling, tenderly calling,
Jesus is calling, calling for Thee;
Jesus is calling, tenderly calling,
Jesus is calling, calling for Thee.

2 Ye who are wandering now far away,
Heed the blest message—why longer delay?
Why from His presence so long wilt thou stay?
Jesus is calling for thee! [Refrain]

3 Jesus still seeks thee afar from the fold,
Out on the mountain so dark and so cold;
Turn to Him now—in His arms He’ll enfold—
Jesus is calling for Thee! [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Jesus, the Savior, is calling for thee
Title: Jesus Is Calling
Author: Fred S. Shepard
Refrain First Line: Jesus is calling, tenderly calling
Language: English
Source: Triumphant Songs No. 5 (Chicago: E. O. Excell, 1896)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Jesus, the Savior, is calling for thee]
Composer: Fred S. Shepard
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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