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Jesus loves a volunteer

Jesus loves a volunteer

Author: Roger H. Lyon
Tune: [Jesus loves a volunteer]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Jesus loves a volunteer;
Who’ll be one?
Who’ll be one?
Willing feet, with heart sincere—
Is there none?
Is there none?

2 Faithful soldiers He doth need,
Brave and true,
Brave and true,
Loyal both in word and deed;
Why not you?
Why not you?

3 Calling now His ranks to fill,
Heed the cry,
Heed the cry;
Yielding, answer, “Yes, I will;
Here am I,
Here am I.”

4 Vict’ries on His banners wait;
Yes, ‘tis so,
Yes, ‘tis so;
Marching thro’ the pearly gate,
You will know,
You will know.

Source: Songs of the Kingdom: prepared for the use of young people's societies and adapter for prayer meetings, Sunday schools and the home #147

Author: Roger H. Lyon

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus loves a volunteer
Author: Roger H. Lyon

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Bright Gems #d75

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Royal Hymnal #33

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Songs of the Kingdom #147

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