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Are you wrecked upon life's ocean

Are you wrecked upon life's ocean

Author: H. Bradford Spoor
Tune: [Are you wrecked upon life's ocean?]
Published in 4 hymnals

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1 Are you wrecked upon life's ocean?
Loud the waves about you roar,
Still there's hope, you need not perish,
You may reach the heav'ly shore,

Chorus:
Take the lifeboat, take the lifeboat,
See, the Saviour holding out a helping hand;
Wait no longer, take the lifeboat,
Start today for heaven's bright and happy land.

2 Linger not for earthly treasures,
Yonder lies the land of gold,
Friends and loved ones there are waiting,
There are joys for you untold. [Chorus]

3 Precious souls, like you, have lingered,
"Time enough" they gaily said;
Ere the morrow they had perished,
They had numbered with the dead. [Chorus]

4 Take the lifeboat, you are sinking,
Do not wait a moment more,
This may be your final offer,
Hasten now for yonder shore. [Chorus]


Source: The Voice of Praise: a compilation of the very best sacred songs for us in Sunday Schools and praise services #121

Author: H. Bradford Spoor

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Text Information

First Line: Are you wrecked upon life's ocean
Author: H. Bradford Spoor
Refrain First Line: Take the lifeboat

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The Cyber Hymnal #6467
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