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Win one today

Great multitudes of men are widely straying

Author: M. E. Dodd
Tune: [Great multitudes of men are widely straying]
Published in 8 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Great multitudes of men are widely straying,
Out upon life’s desert sands far, far away;
O child of God, are you for such ones praying?
In God’s name go after them, win one today!

Refrain:
Win one today, for the glory of your Master!
Your gentle touch and word will show someone the way;
Win one today, for the glory of your Master!
There are many far astray, win one today.

2 Deep pits of sin before their feet are lying;
Snares and perils ev’rywhere they’re sure to meet;
In darkness wand’ring on to certain dying,
Unless you, O child of God, win one today! [Refrain]

3 For them the Saviour gave His life a ransom,
And for you has taken all your sins away;
Your love for Him and for their sad condition,
Call you forth into the fray; win one today! [Refrain]

Source: Worship and Service #138

Author: M. E. Dodd

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Text Information

First Line: Great multitudes of men are widely straying
Title: Win one today
Author: M. E. Dodd
Refrain First Line: Win one today, for the glory of your Master

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Instances

Instances (1 - 8 of 8)

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Victorious Praise #d10

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Worship and Service #138

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