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580. Jesus Calls Us o'er the Tumult

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1 Jesus calls us; o'er the tumult
of our life's wild, restless sea;
day by day his sweet voice soundeth,
saying, "Christian, follow me."
Jesus calls us from the worship
of the vain world's golden store,
from each idol that would keep us,
saying, "Christian, love me more."

2 In our joys and in our sorrows,
days of toil and hours of ease,
still he calls, in cares and pleasures,
"Christian, love me more than these."
Jesus calls us--by thy mercies,
Savior, may we hear thy call,
give our hearts to thine obedience,
serve and love thee best of all.

Text Information
First Line: Jesus calls us o'er the tumult
Title: Jesus Calls Us o'er the Tumult
Author: Cecil F. Alexander (1852)
Publication Date: 1990
Meter: 8.7.8.7.D.
Scripture: John 21:15; Exodus 20:3; Matthew 4:19
Topic: Invitation: to Consecration; Pleasure
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: PLEADING SAVIOR
Meter: 8.7.8.7.D.
Key: F Major
Source: Leavitt's The Christian Lyre, 1830



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