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Lost!

Lost to the sound of the Spirit's sweet call

Author: Frank A. Miller
Tune: [Lost to the sound of the Spirit's sweet call]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Lost to the sound of the Spirit’s sweet call,
Lost to the gift of God’s “Ransom for all,”
Lost in eternal gloom wro’t by the fall,
Lost! There is pardon no more.
Lost! Lost! Lost!
Lost! There is pardon no more.

2 Lost amid sermons where Sabbath light gleamed,
Lost ‘mid the pleadings of God’s own redeemed,
Lost while the family altar’s light streamed,
Lost! The fond pleadings are o’er.
Lost! Lost! Lost!
Lost! The fond pleadings are o’er.

3 Lost to the home where the holy shall dwell,
Lost to the songs that the ransomed shall swell,
Lost to the city that hears no death-knell,
Lost! Dear ones beckon no more.
Lost! Lost! Lost!
Lost! Dear ones beckon no more.

4 Lost where the billows of torment e’er roll,
Lost where God’s wrath-flame envelopes the soul,
Lost where no gleam of hope comes to console,
Lost in eternity’s gloom!
Lost! Lost! Lost!
Lost in eternity’s gloom!


Source: Light and Life Songs No. 2 #181

Author: Frank A. Miller

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Text Information

First Line: Lost to the sound of the Spirit's sweet call
Title: Lost!
Author: Frank A. Miller
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Lost! Lost! Lost
Publication Date: 1914
Copyright: Public Domain

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Light and Life Songs No. 2 #181

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