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Be reconciled to God

Have you listened to the warning

Author: Harry L. Brooks
Tune: [Have you listened to the warning]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Have you list’ned to the warning,
As this earthly way you’ve trod?
Is the spirit in you burning,
Are you reconciled to God?
Do you love the blessed Master
Who has done so much for you?
If not, cast out ev’ry idol,
And the heav’nly way pursue.

Refrain:
Be reconciled the precious blood
Has once for all made peace with God,
In Jesus stead just now we pray,
Be reconciled to God today.

2 Have you list’ned to the warning,
As you’ve pass’d along life’s road?
Have you heard the call of conscience,
Are you reconciled to God?
Do you trust the blessed Master
Who has done so much for you?
If not, cat you ev’ry idol,
And your heart He will renew. [Refrain]

3 As the first disciples follow’d
Jesus, down by Galilee,
So, today, you too may follow,
Whether on the land or sea;
You may feel the cleansing power
Of His ever speaking blood,
When you cast yourself upon Him,
And are reconciled to God. [Refrain]

4 He’ll be with you in the darkness,
He’ll be with you in the light,
‘Tis recorded in God’s record,
Jesus is the Life and Light;
When the toils of life are over,
And you come to meet the Lord,
You may live with Him forever,
If your reconciled to God. [Refrain]

Source: Best Hymns No. 4 #32

Author: Harry L. Brooks

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First Line: Have you listened to the warning
Title: Be reconciled to God
Author: Harry L. Brooks

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Best Hymns No. 4 #32

Hymns for the People for Services of Song in Christian Work #d48

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