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1. Just a little kindness shown along the weary road;
Just a little lifting of another’s heavy load;
Just a little pity that is tenderly bestowed,
May win a soul for Jesus.
In the name of Him who died for you,
To your vow of service are you true?
Never, then, neglect it,
For when you least expect it,
You may win a soul for Jesus.
2. Just a little sacrifice of ease that we have earned;
Just a little sharing of a lesson we have learned;
Just a little stirring of the flame that low has burned,
May win a soul for Jesus. [Refrain]
3. Just a little pleading in the name of Him who died;
Just a little earnestness, like His, who is your guide;
Just a little longing for someone lost at your side,
May win a soul for Jesus. [Refrain]Source: The Cyber Hymnal #3484