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Come to the Savior, he's pleading with you now

Come to the Savior, he's pleading with you now

Author: W. B. Carnes
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: W. B. Carnes

Born: Sep­tem­ber 23, 1860. Died: 1910, Mc­Kin­ney, Tex­as. Buried: Pe­can Grove Cem­e­te­ry, Mc­Kin­ney, Tex­as. Carne grew up in Smith­ville, Ten­nes­see. He en­tered the min­is­try in 1882, and moved to Tex­as in 1888. He served as a Church of Christ min­ister at churche­s in Lan­cas­ter, Wea­ther­ford, Cis­co, Abi­lene, Ter­rell, Cle­burne, Me­lis­sa, and Den­i­son, Texas, and did con­sid­er­a­ble evan­gel­is­tic work. --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

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First Line: Come to the Savior, he's pleading with you now
Author: W. B. Carnes
Refrain First Line: He who rules both night and day

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Glad Tidings for Sunday Schools, Revival Meetings #d17

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