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Hear the call of Jesus, Now his voice obey

Hear the call of Jesus, Now his voice obey

Author: J. R. Beveridge
Tune: [Hear the call of Jesus, Now his voice obey]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Representative Text

1 Hear the call of Jesus,
Now His voice obey;
He’s waiting to receive you;
Come without delay.

Refrain:
Come without delay,
Mercy’s voice obey;
The Spirit now invites you,
Jesus calls today.
Come without delay,
Mercy’s voice obey;
Loved ones now are pleading,
Come without delay.

2 Now the Holy Spirit
Bids you cease to stray;
But He’ll not plead forever—
Come without delay. [Refrain]

3 Time is swiftly passing
From your life away;
The judgment is approaching—
Come without delay. [Refrain]

4 Christ in mercy calleth,
“Sinner, come today,”
But love will not compel you—
Come without delay. [Refrain]

Source: Glad Tidings in Song #211

Author: J. R. Beveridge

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Text Information

First Line: Hear the call of Jesus, Now his voice obey
Author: J. R. Beveridge
Refrain First Line: Come without delay, mercy's voice obey

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Glad Tidings in Song #211

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