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1 Hear the precious invitation
To the weary, sin-sick soul,—
“Come to me, I’ll freely pardon,
Cleanse from sin and make you whole.”
Why not give your heart to Jesus,
Why not to His mandate bow?
He is waiting to receive you,
He will save you, save you now.
2 Long and tenderly He pleadeth,
Lovingly He calls today,—
Do not grieve the blessed Savior,
Turn not from His love away. [Refrain]
3 Life is ever speeding onward,
While His call you daily slight;
Like a shadow swiftly passing
Into never ending night. [Refrain]
4 Wait no longer, answer quickly:
“Lord, I gladly come to Thee”
Peace and pardon He will give you,
Set your fettered spirit free. [Refrain]Source: Triumphant Songs No.5 #60