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Do you hear the Savior calling

Do you hear the Savior calling

Author: W. S. Marshall
Tune: BLESSED QUIETNESS (Marshall)
Published in 23 hymnals

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1. Do you hear the Savior calling,
By the wooings of His voice?
Do you hear the accents falling?
Will you make the precious choice?

Refrain
Are you listening? Are you listening?
Now, to hear the accents fall?
Are you listening? Are you listening
To the Savior’s gentle call?

2. By the word of truth He’s speaking
To the wandering, erring ones;
List! the voice the stillness breaking!
Hear the sweet and solemn tones! [Refrain]

3. In His providential dealings,
Even in His stern decrees,
In the loudest thunders pealing,
Or the murm’ring of the breeze. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #215

Author: W. S. Marshall

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First Line: Do you hear the Savior calling
Author: W. S. Marshall

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The Cyber Hymnal #215
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