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Come, Lost One

Representative Text

1 Come, lost one, your Saviour is calling,
He's pleading with tenderest voice;
Come out from you ways of transgression,
And hasten to make Him your choice.

Refrain:
Oh, why should you wander in darkness?
Oh, why should you longer delay,
When Jesus is ready to save you,
And keep you from sin ev'ry day?

2 Come with all thy guilt and pollution,
And call on the name of the Lord;
He's ready to cleanse and to bless you,
And save by His life-giving Word. [Refrain]

3 Thy sins tho' they be red like crimson,
Yea, tho' they be many and great,
Shall be blotted out by your Saviour,
If you come to Him ere too late. [Refrain]

4 The Lord has provided abundance,
Yea, all that ye need is in store;
Then come and partake of His bounty,
And trust Him for grace evermore. [Refrain]

Source: The Christian Hymnary. Bks. 1-4 #505

Author: Joseph S. Shoemaker

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Text Information

First Line: Come, lost one, your Savior is calling
Title: Come, Lost One
Author: Joseph S. Shoemaker
Refrain First Line: O, why should you wander in darkness
Copyright: Public Domain

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Church Hymnal, Mennonite #567

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