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Go seek for the lost in the desert

Go seek for the lost in the desert

Author: J. T. Hall
Tune: [Go seek for the lost in the desert]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Go seek for the lost in the desert,
So hungry and starving and cold;
“Go into the highways and hedges,”
And bring them safe into the fold.

Refrain:
Seeking for thee,
Seeking for thee,
Jesus is seeking for thee,
Then come to His kingdom now waiting,
‘Tis ready for you and for me.

2 There’s life in those glorious mansions,
So freely ‘tis offered to thee,
The joy in His kingdom forever,
And this shall thy dwelling place be. [Refrain]

3 Then out of the regions of darkness,
Come into the portals of light,
He’s ready and willing to save you,
His wisdom will guide thee aright. [Refrain]

Source: Crowning Day, No. 6: A Book of Gospel Songs #197

Author: J. T. Hall

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Text Information

First Line: Go seek for the lost in the desert
Author: J. T. Hall
Refrain First Line: Seeking for thee
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