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Are you willing to wander from Jesus

Are you willing to wander from Jesus

Tune: [Are you willing to wander from Jesus]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Are you willing to wander from Jesus,
And live without love and the light?
Oh, what will you do in the darkness,
When closes around you the night?

Refrain:
Oh, turn, turn from your folly!
Oh, seek for the noble and true!
With the help that the Saviour has promised,
What are you willing to do?
With the help that the Saviour has promised,
What are you willing to do?

2 Do you know that the Spirit is grieving
O’er all who will wander away?
His voice may be heard if you listen,—
For you he is calling today! [Refrain]

3 Do you know what your soul may be leaving?
The good that his love may provide?
He offers the purest of pleasures
To all who will walk by his side! [Refrain]

Source: Melodious Sonnets #42

Text Information

First Line: Are you willing to wander from Jesus
Refrain First Line: O turn, turn from your folly
Copyright: Public Domain

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Melodious Sonnets #42

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Temple Trio #224

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