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Do you hear the Savior's voice so sweetly calling

Do you hear the Savior's voice so sweetly calling

Author: R. L. Blowers
Tune: [Do you hear the Savior's voice so sweetly calling]
Published in 11 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Do you hear the Savior’s voice so sweetly calling,
Come today, come today;
He will wipe the tear-drops now so swiftly falling,
All away, all away.
Come to Him now with all your sorrow,
No longer turn from Him away.

Refrain:
Listen to His loving voice so sweetly calling,
“Come today, come today.”

2 If you trust Him He will take away your sorrow,
Day by day, day by day;
And in safety lead you to that bright tomorrow,
All the way, all the way.
His arms are open to receive you;
From sin and darkness turn away. [Refrain]

3 He alone can give you pardon and salvation,
Full and free, full and free;
“Whosoever,” is the blessed invitation,
“Come to me, come to me,”
Then wait no longer, night is falling,
“Too late, too late,” He soon may say. [Refrain]

Source: Assembly Songs: for use in evangelistic services, Sabbath schools, young peoples societies, devotional meetings, and the home #44

Author: R. L. Blowers

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Text Information

First Line: Do you hear the Savior's voice so sweetly calling
Author: R. L. Blowers
Refrain First Line: Listen to his loving voice so sweetly calling
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #8734

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