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No longer delay your returning

No longer delay your returning

Author: R. C. Ward
Tune: [No longer delay your returning]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 No longer delay your returning,
No longer the evil pursue,
God’s spirit is patiently striving,
And Jesus is looking for you.

Refrain:
Your Saviour is looking for you brother,
Your Saviour is looking for you;
O, give him your heart, ere his spirit depart!
Yes, Jesus is looking for you.

2 Your evil companions will lead you
Away from the good and the true;
But follow the voice that is calling—
Your Saviour is looking for you. [Refrain]

3 So patiently Jesus is calling,
And longing your joys to renew,
O answer his gentle entreaty
While still he is looking for you [Refrain]

Source: Songs for All #127

Author: R. C. Ward

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Text Information

First Line: No longer delay your returning
Author: R. C. Ward
Refrain First Line: Your Savior is looking for you, brother

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Songs for All #127

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Songs of Love Divine #47

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