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No time for the Savior

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1. No time for the Saviour, no heeding his call,
No time to receive him, the world has it all;
Not even a moment for Jesus to spare,
Behold he stands waiting thy burdens to bear.

For Jesus will keep you when all else will fail,
He will shield you from danger when troubles assail;
So trust him each moment by night and by day,
Look ever to Jesus, Oh look while you may.

2. No time for the Saviour, oh what does it mean?
So full of life's pleasure that he is not seen;
Oh, why stand ye idle when Jesus says "Come,"
Believe him, receive him, the Father's own Son. [Chorus]

3. On Calvary's mountain his own life he gave
To bring in the lost ones and sinners to save;
For you he is pleading, oh, turn not away,
Trust Jesus completely, accept him today. [Chorus]

Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #36

Author: Frank L. Parshley

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First Line: No time for the Savior
Author: Frank L. Parshley
Refrain First Line: For Jesus will keep you


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Carols of Hope #36

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