Have you found the Savior precious, Does your heart

Have you found the Savior precious, Does your heart

Author: Mrs. Frank A. Breck
Tune: [Have you found the Savior precious] (Kirkpatrick)
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Have you found the Savior precious?
Does your heart before Him bow?
Have you sought and found His pardon?
If you have not, why not now?

Refrain:
O there is no friend so precious,
None so loving, none so wise;
Every soul athirst for Jesus,
May salvation realize.

2 Do not turn away from Jesus,
Unto whom else can you go?
Tho’ your sins may be as scarlet,
He will wash them white as snow. [Refrain]

3 Do you falter in temptation?
Do you fear lest you should fail?
Trust Almightiness to keep you,
And in Him you shall prevail. [Refrain]

4 Do you long for perfect friendship,—
Love that naught can ever dim?
Jesus offers you this blessing,
You may find it all in Him.

Source: Awakening Songs for the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Services #117

Author: Mrs. Frank A. Breck

Carrie Ellis Breck was born 22 January 1855 in Vermont and raised in a Christian home. She later moved to Vineland, New Jersy, and then to Portland, Oregon. She wrote verse and prose for religious and household publications, In 1884 she married Frank A. Breck. She has written between fourteen and fifteen hundred hymns. Dianne Shapiro, from "The Singers and Their Songs: sketches of living gospel hymn writers" by Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Chicago: The Rodeheaver Company, 1916) See also Mrs. Frank A. Breck. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Have you found the Savior precious, Does your heart
Author: Mrs. Frank A. Breck
Refrain First Line: O there is no friend so precious
Copyright: Public Domain

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Awakening Songs for the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Services #117

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Gospel Hymns and Songs #117

Rodeheaver's Sunday School Songs #d54

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