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Almost Thou Art Yielding

Almost thou art yielding, hear the Spirit say

Author: John S. Brown
Tune: [Almost thou art yielding, hear the Spirit say]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Almost thou art yielding, hear the Spirit say,
Turn, my child, and take the narrow way;
Leave thy broken vows, make no delay
For the Savior’s hand is stretched out still.

2 Almost thou art yielding as the Spirit pleads,
Many sins you face and darkest deeds;
Hopes arise as mercy intercedes,
For the Savior’s hand is stretched out still.

3 Almost thou art yielding, but the Spirit’s grieved,
Cold you turned and Satan’s tho’t received;
Oh, that thou the word of life believed,
For the Savior’s hand is stretched out still.

4 Almost thou art yielding, but the Spirit’s flown,
Bitterness of soul is coming on;
Thro’ the shades of death you go alone,
For the Spirit strives with thee no more.


Source: Gold Tried in the Fire: suitable for church, Sunday school, revival meetings, missionary and rescue work #75

Author: John S. Brown

John S Brown USA. Thus far, John has evaded biographers. He may be Rev. John Stillman Brown of Kansas, but this is not verified. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Almost thou art yielding, hear the Spirit say
Title: Almost Thou Art Yielding
Author: John S. Brown
Language: English
Publication Date: 1904
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gold Tried in the Fire #75

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