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Hark! hark today, hear the Savior calls

Hark! hark today, hear the Savior calls

Tune: [Hark! hark today, hear the Savior calls]
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Representative Text

1 Hark! hark today, hear the Saviour calls,
Come, wearywand’rer, come;
Ye naked, homeless, benighted souls,
Why will you longer roam.

Come weary wand’rer, why longer roam,
Do not turn Him away;
Come now the Saviour calls come home,
Come, weary wand’rer, come.

2 Hark! hark today, hear the Saviour calls,
O sinner, hear Him now;
Come seek the Saviour within these walls,
And to Him humbly bow. [Refrain]

3 Hark! hark today, hear the Saviour calls,
To Him for refuge fly;
Before the storm in its fury falls,
Before you come to die. [Refrain]

4 Hark! hark the sweet spirit calls today,
Yield sinner, to its pow’r;
O grieve Him not, turn Him not away,
Come in at the open door. [Refrain]

Source: Crowning Day No. 2 #172

Text Information

First Line: Hark! hark today, hear the Savior calls
Refrain First Line: Come weary wond'rer, wy longer roam


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Crowning Day No. 2 #172

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