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Jesus is calling, O heed his voice

Jesus is calling, O heed his voice

Author: A. R. Meusch
Tune: [Jesus is calling, O heed His voice]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Jesus is calling, O heed His voice,
Tenderly pleading with thee, O soul;
“Come unto me, I will give thee rest,
Free thee from sorrow and make thee whole.”

Calling, calling,
Jesus is tenderly calling:
“Come unto me,”
Jesus is calling today.

2 Jesus is calling, O heed His voice,
“Weary one come, I will share thy grief;
Wander no longer in sin astray,
I will sustain thee, give thee relief.” [Refrain]

3 Jesus is calling, O heed His voice,
O soul, send thy Lord away?
Come to Him now ere it be too late;
Come to the Saviour, O come today. [Refrain]

Source: Crowning Day No. 2 #190

Author: A. R. Meusch

A. R. Meusch is Amanda R. Meusch. Born in Illinois, the 1880 U. S. census shows her in Elmhurst IL as the nine-year-old daughter of Philipp Meusch, president of Elmhurst Proseminar. (That institution was the ‘Gymnasium’-level seminary-preparatory institution of the German Evangelical Synod of North America. Out of Elmhurst Proseminar would come Elmhurst College in the 1920’s: out of the German Evangelical Synod, through mergers, would come the Evangelical and Reformed and then the United Church of Christ.) Amanda’s younger brother, Frederick A. Meusch, would also become a G. E. S. N. A. minister. Amanda was fully bilingual: In addition to the hymn texts in English currently listed in Hymnary, the publication Rosche’s Geistl… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus is calling, O heed his voice
Author: A. R. Meusch
Refrain First Line: Calling, calling, Jesus is tenderly calling


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Crowning Day No. 2 #190

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