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How can they be saved

How many today are rejecting

Author: E. A. Barnes
Tune: [How many today are rejecting the Lord]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 How many today are rejecting the Lord,
And sadly, at heart are neglecting his word?
How many resist, all the pleadings of love,
So tender and sweet from the Savior above?

Refrain:
The Savior rejecting,
How can they be saved?
The gospel neglecting,
How can they be saved?

2 How many come not to the fountain of grace,
That floweth today, crimson stains to efface?
How many live on with a sin-burdened heart,
And oft from its door bid the Savior depart? [Refrain]

3 How many see not what is plain to perceive,
That now is the time to repent and believe?
How many today in not heeding the call,
Are strangers to Christ, as the Savior of all? [Refrain]

Source: Wondrous Love: A Collection of Songs and Services for Sunday Schools #64

Author: E. A. Barnes

Edward Albert Barnes, born January 24 1842. He was a life long resident of Chicago and a prolifich hymn writer, and active in the American Temperance Movement. Dianne Shapiro, from http://mms.newberry.org/html/BarnesE.html Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: How many today are rejecting
Title: How can they be saved
Author: E. A. Barnes
Refrain First Line: The Savior rejecting
Copyright: Public Domain

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Wondrous Love #64

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