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Are you coming to Jesus now

Representative Text

1 Jesus graciously is calling,
Mighty is his power to save;
His compassion faileth never;
Come, his life for you he gave.

Are you coming; coming, coming,
Are you coming to Jesus now?
Are you coming, coming, coming,
Are you coming to Jesus now?

2 From the glory of the kingdom
To redeem the lost he came;
Now he asks you to receive him,
And to bear his blessed name. [Chorus]

3 He has paved the way before you,
In the gate ajar he stands;
Will you linger, idly straying,
While he waits with outstretched hands? [Chorus]

4 Is your soul in bondage pining?
He has all your ransom paid;
Are you weary, heavy-laden?
Upon him your sins are laid. [Chorus]

5 Still he's calling, gently calling,
As he oft has called before;
Will you longer slight his mercy,
Turning from the open door? [Chorus]

Source: Songs of Free Grace #4

Author: C. L. Shacklock

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus graciously is calling
Title: Are you coming to Jesus now
Author: C. L. Shacklock
Refrain First Line: Are you coming, coming, coming



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Gospel Melodies #d86

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Hymns New and Old, No. 2 #115

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Songs of Free Grace #4

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