1 Earth’s ten thousand voices daily rise and fall;
But there’s one within me Clearer than them all.
’Tis the voice of Jesus; And I do not know
When its tones first sounded, ’Tis so long ago.
2 As the days of childhood happily have sped,
Oft the voice has thrilled me: follow Me! it said.
Either in the accents pf authority,
Or of love sore wounded, as from Calvary.
3 Speak, Thy servant heareth; speak whate’er Thou wilt;
Let me know Thy mercy; let me know my guilt.
Conquer my perverseness; cure me of delay;
Save me, Lord and Savior, save—this very day.
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9909
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|The Cyber Hymnal #9909||Earth's Ten Thousand Voices||Earth’s ten thousand voices daily rise and fall||SKARA BRAE||Walter Hawkins||220.127.116.11||<cite>Alleluia</cite> by Franklin L. Sheppard (Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publicaiton, 1915)|