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80. Don't Wait for To-morrow

1 Oh, come to the Saviour to-day,
'Tis folly to wait for to-morrow;
Then why will you longer delay?
To-morrow may fill you with sorrow.

The Saviour is calling to-day,
Oh, bring him your trouble and sorrow;
Come, bow at his footstool and pray,
It may be too late on to-morrow.

2 Oh, look at the cross where he died,
And think of his anguish and sorrow?
Then give up your folly and pride,
It may be too late on to-morrow.

3 How many have gone to the grave,
Whose end was destruction and sorrow;
Oh, would you have Jesus to save:
Then wait not to seek him to-morrow.

4 Then fly to the Saviour to-day,
And walk in the way that is narrow,
'Twill lead you from folly away,
And give you a joyous to-morrow.

Text Information
First Line: Oh, come to the Saviour to-day
Title: Don't Wait for To-morrow
Publication Date: 1884
Source: From "Songs of the Kingdom"
Refrain First Line: The Saviour is calling to-day
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