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Somebody's waiting

Millions the story have never heard

Author: H. S. Lehman
Tune: [Millions the story have never heard]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Millions the story have never heard,
Millions for whom Christ died;
Lost, without Jesus, because the Word
They have been long denied.

Refrain:
Somebody’s dying away out there,
Somebody needs you for earnest pray’r;
Somebody’s waiting for you to bear
The message of life in Jesus.

2 Oh, when you look unto Him and pray,
“Father, Thy will be done,”
Will He not answer, “Without delay
Rescue these hopeless ones?” [Refrain]

3 Time is fast hast’ning and sin’s dark night
Soon will obscure the way,
Quickly then carry the Word of Light,
While it is called today. [Refrain]


Source: Favorites Number 4: A Collection of Gospel Songs #34

Author: H. S. Lehman

Early 20th Century Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Millions the story have never heard
Title: Somebody's waiting
Author: H. S. Lehman
Refrain First Line: Somebody's dying away out there

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TextAudio

Favorites Number 4 #34

Songs of Grace #d91

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