Come to the Savior

Jesus, the Savior, is calling today, Sinner, will you come

Author: Helen C. Alexander; Author: George H. Kurtz
Tune: [Jesus, the Savior, is calling today] (Kurtz)
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Jesus, the Saviour, is calling today,
Sinner, will you come?
Do not reject Him, oh turn not away,
Sinner, will you come?

Come, come, do not delay,
Jesus is tenderly pleading,
Waiting to pardon and welcome you home,
Oh, come to Him while you may.

2 Many are wandering far from the fold,
Dying, sick and sore,
Christ, the good Shepherd, with mercy untold,
Seeks them evermore. [Refrain]

3 Come to Me ye that are weary and worn,
I will give you rest,
Easy the yoke when with Me it is borne,
Take it and be blest. [Refrain]

4 Certain the road to eternity lies,
Bringing life or woe,
Jesus will give you a home in the skies,
Can you still say No? [Refrain]

Source: Alexander's Gospel Songs No. 2 #37

Author: Helen C. Alexander

Dixon, Helen Cadbury Alexander (b. 1877, Birmingham, Eng.; d. Mar. 1, 1969, Birmingham, Eng.) was the daughter of Richard Cadbury, a prominent British industrialist and philanthropist who was a member of the Quaker fellowship and keenly interested in evangelical mission work; attended the university and spent some time in Germany, studying music and language; in 1904 married Charles M. Alexander, songleader with evangelist R. A. Torrey; traveled with her husband and assisted him in his worldwide ministry with both Torrey and J. Wilbur Chapman (q.v.) until his death in 1920; assisted J. Kennedy Maclean in writing the biography, Charles M. Alexander: A Romance of Song and Soul-Winning, 1921; in 1924 married Amsji C. Dixon. Don Hustad, DNAH… Go to person page >

Author: George H. Kurtz

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus, the Savior, is calling today, Sinner, will you come
Title: Come to the Savior
Author: Helen C. Alexander
Author: George H. Kurtz
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Come, come, do not delay
Copyright: Public Domain



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Alexander's Gospel Songs No. 2 #37

Alexander's Hymns No. 2 #104

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