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God Calling Yet

Author: G. Tersteegen Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home #175 (1927) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Call and Repentance First Line: God calling yet! shall I not hear? Lyrics: 1 God calling yet! shall I not hear? Earth's pleasures shall I still hold dear? Shall life's swift passing years all fly, And still my soul in slumbers lie? 2 God calling yet! shall I not rise? Can I His loving voice despise, And basely His kind care repay? He calls me still: can I delay? 3 God calling yet! and shall He knock And I my heart the closer lock? He still is waiting to receive, And shall I dare His Spirit grieve? 4 God calling yet! and shall I give No heed, but still in bondage live? I wait but He does not forsake; He calls me still: My heart, awake! 5 Ah, yield Him all; in Him confide: Where but with Him doth peace abide? Break loose, let earthly bonds be riven, And let the spirit rise to heaven! 6 God calling yet!I cannot stay; My heart I yield without delay: Vain world, farewell! from thee I part; The voice of God hath reached my heart! Languages: English Tune Title: [God calling yet! shall I not hear]
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God Calling Yet

Author: G. Tersteegen Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home (2nd ed.) #175 (1928) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Call and Repentance First Line: God calling yet! shall I not hear? Lyrics: 1 God calling yet!--shall I not hear? Earth's pleasures shall I still hold dear? Shall life's swift passing years all fly, And still my soul in slumber lie? 2 God calling yet! shall I not rise? Can I his loving voice despise, And basely His kind care repay? He calls me still: can I delay? 3 God calling yet! and shall He knock And I my heart the closer lock? He still is waiting to receive, And shall I dare His Spirit grieve? 4 God calling yet--and shall I give No heed, but still in bondage live? I wait, but He does not forsake; He calls me still: My heart, awake! 5 Ah, yield him all: in Him confide; Where but with Him doth peace abide? Break loose, let earthly bonds be riven, And let the spirit rise to heaven! 6 God calling yet!--I cannot stay; My heart I yield without delay; Vain world, farewell! from thee I part; The voice of God hath reached my heart! Languages: English Tune Title: [God calling yet! shall I not hear]
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God Calling Yet

Author: G. Tersteegen Hymnal: Concordia #104 (1918) Topics: The Christian Life Call and Repentance First Line: God calling yet!--shall I not hear? Lyrics: 1 God calling yet!--shall I not hear? Earth's pleasures shall I still hold dear? Shall life's swift passing years all fly, And still my soul in slumber lie? 2 God calling yet!--shall I not rise? Can I his loving voice despise, And basely His kind care repay? He calls me still: can I delay? 3 God calling yet!--and shall He knock And I my heart the closer lock? He still is waiting to receive, And shall I dare His Spirit grieve? 4 God calling yet!-- and shall I give No heed, but still in bondage live? I wait, but He does not forsake; He calls me still: My heart, awake! 5 Ah, yield Him all; in Him confide: Where but with Him doth peace abide? Break loose, let earthly bonds be riven, And let the spirit rise to heaven! 6 God calling yet!--I cannot stay; My heart I yield without delay: Vain world, farewell! from thee I part; The voice of God hath reached my heart! Tune Title: FEDERAL STREET
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Oh, Seek The Lord Today!

Author: H. A. Brorson Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home #184 (1927) Meter: 6.7.6.7.6.6.6.6 Topics: Call and Repentance Lyrics: 1 Oh, seek the Lord today! Today He hath salvation. Approach Him while He may Still hear thy supplication. Repent and seek His grace, His call to thee doth sound; Oh, turn to Him thy face While yet He may be found. 2 Behold the sun of grace So brightly on thee shineth; Oh, take with Christ thy place While He to thee inclineth. Perchance His summons may Ere long be sent to thee; Oh, turn to Him today, Let Him thy solace be. 3 There is salvation still For hearts contritely crying To Him whose gracious will Is now to save the dying. His grace doth beckon thee To seek thy Savior blest; Oh, hasten, swiftly flee Unto His blessed rest. 4 As in its mother's arm The child sweet comfort gaineth, So, shielding thee from harm, The Lord thy heart sustaineth, Oh, seek that sweet repose, Come unto Him and stay; Thy Savior now is close, Oh, come to Him today. Languages: English Tune Title: [Oh, seek the Lord today]
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Oh, Seek The Lord Today!

Author: H. A. Brorson Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home (2nd ed.) #184 (1928) Meter: 6.7.6.7.6.6.6.6 Topics: Call and Repentance Lyrics: 1 Oh, seek the Lord today! Today He hath salvation. Approach Him while He may Still hear thy supplication. Repent and seek His grace. His call to thee doth sound; Oh turn to Him thy face While yet He may be found. 2 Behold the sun of grace So brightly on thee shineth; Oh, take with Christ thy place While He to thee inclineth. Perchance His summons may Ere long be sent to thee; Oh, turn to Him today, Let Him thy solace be. 3 There is salvation still For hearts contritely crying To Him whose gracious will Is now to save the dying. His grace doth beckon thee To seek thy Savior blest; Oh, hasten, swiftly flee Unto His blessed rest. 4 As in its mother's arm The child sweet comfort gaineth, So, shielding thee from harm, The Lord thy heart sustaineth, Oh, seek that sweet repose, Come unto Him and stay; Thy Savior now is close, Oh, come to Him today. Languages: English Tune Title: [Oh, seek the Lord today]
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O Come to the Merciful Savior

Author: Frederick W. Faber, ca. 1850 Hymnal: Concordia #105 (1918) Topics: The Christian Life Call and Repentance First Line: O come to the merciful Savior who calls you Lyrics: 1 O come to the merciful Savior who calls you, O come to the Lord who forgives and forgets; Though dark be the fortune on earth that befalls you, There's a bright home above where the sun never sets. 2 O come then to Jesus, whose arms are extended To fold His dear children in closest embrace; O come, for your exile will shortly be ended, And Jesus will show you His beautiful face. 3 Yes, come to the Savior, whose mercy grows brighter The longer you look at the depths of His love; And fear not! ’tis Jesus, and life’s cares grow lighter As you think of the home and the glory above. 4 Come, come to His feet, and lay open your story Of suff'ring and sorrow, of guilt and of shame; For the pardon of sin is the crown of His glory, And the joy of our Lord to be true to His name. Tune Title: WHITCHURCH
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I Hear Thy Welcome Voice

Author: Lewis Hartsough Hymnal: Concordia #119 (1918) Topics: The Christian Life Call and Repentance Refrain First Line: I am coming, Lord Lyrics: 1 I hear Thy welcome voice That calls me, Lord, to Thee For cleansing in Thy precious blood That flow'd on Calvary. Chorus: I am coming, Lord! Coming now to Thee! Wash me, cleanse me in the blood That flow'd on Calvary. 2 Tho' coming weak and vile, Thou dost my strength assure; Thou dost my vileness fully cleanse, Till spotless all, and pure. [Chorus] 3 'Tis Jesus calls me on To perfect faith and love, To perfect hope, and peace, and trust, For earth and heav'n above. [Chorus] 4 'Tis Jesus who confirms The blessed work within, By adding grace to welcom'd grace, Where reign'd the pow'r of sin. [Chorus] 5 And He the witness gives To loyal hearts and free, That ev'ry promise is fulfilled, If faith but brings the plea. [Chorus] 6 All hail, atoning blood! All hail, redeeming grace! All hail, the Gift of Christ, our Lord, Our Strength and Righteousness. [Chorus] Tune Title: I HEAR THY WELCOME VOICE
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How Blessed is this Little Flock

Author: C. Coving; N. J. Holm Hymnal: Concordia #120 (1918) Topics: The Christian Life Call and Repentance First Line: How blessed is the little flock Lyrics: 1 How blessed is the little flock, Whom Jesus calls His own! He is their Savior and their rock, They trust in Him alone; They walk by faith and hope and love, But they shall dwell with Him above, When hope and faith shall pass away, And love shall last for aye. 2 My Jesus, am I in that band, And wilt Thou call me Thine? Do I among the chosen stand Whose lamps so brightly shine? O let me not lie down to rest Till this I know, my Savior blest, Till I can say, by grace restored: "Thou know'st I love Thee, Lord!" 3 And even if with tears it be, That this to Thee I say, Yet Thou in grace wilt look on me And wipe my tears away; Yea, when but Thou who all dost know In me canst find Thy love below And own me Thine, then well is me,-- My all I have in Thee. Tune Title: HVOR SALIG ER DEN LILLE FLOK
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If Thou But Knew The Life

Author: H. A. Brorson Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home #171 (1927) Meter: 11.10.11.10.8.12 Topics: Call and Repentance First Line: If Thou but knew the life that thou art leading Lyrics: 1 If Thou but knew the life that thou art leading In sin and shame, is Satan's tyranny, Thou wouldest kneel at once, with Jesus pleading, That He thy soul from bondage might set free. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 2 If thou but knew the grace so freely given, Its blessed pow'r and readiness to save, Thou wouldest not resist the call from heaven, But cease at once in Satan's chains to slave. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If Thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 3 If thou but knew the snares of idle dreaming Of which unwary souls are ever fond, Thou wouldest seek the light from heaven beaming That leadeth safely to the goal beyond. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 4 Oh, wouldest thou but once for all surrender Thyself to Christ in pray'r and grief for sin, Thou shouldest feel thyself by love most tender Surrounded and the peace of Jesus win. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If Thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 5 Oh, wouldest thou, when God to thee is calling, But seize the hand that can salvation give, And do it now, before the night is falling Upon the souls that still in sin do live. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If Thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! Languages: English Tune Title: [If thou but knew the life that thou are leading]
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If Thou But Knew The Life

Author: H. A. Brorson Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home (2nd ed.) #171 (1928) Meter: 11.10.11.10.8.12 Topics: Call and Repentance First Line: If Thou but knew the life that thou art leading Lyrics: 1 If Thou but knew the life that thou art leading In sin and shame, is Satan's tyranny, Thou wouldest kneel at once, with Jesus pleading, That He thy soul from bondage might set free. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 2 If thou but knew the grace so freely given, Its blessed power and readiness to save, Thou wouldest not resist the call from heaven, But cease at once in Satan's chains to slave. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If Thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 3 If thou but knew the snares of idle dreaming Of which unwary souls are ever fond, Thou wouldest seek the light from heaven beaming That leadeth safely to the goal beyond. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 4 Oh, wouldest thou but once for all surrender Thyself to Christ in prayer and grief for sin, Thou shouldest feel thyself by love most tender Surrounded and the peace of Jesus win. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If Thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! 5 Oh, wouldest thou, when God to thee is calling, But seize the hand that can salvation give, And do it now, before the night is falling Upon the souls that still in sin do live. Oh, how thy Savior would rejoice, If Thou should'st now begin to listen to His voice! Languages: English Tune Title: [If thou but knew the life that thou are leading]

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