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What More Can He do

O lost ones, in danger no longer remain

Author: Rachel Rivers
Tune: [O lost ones, in danger no longer remain]
Published in 11 hymnals

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1 O lost ones, in danger no longer remain!
The Savior is calling again and again;
Remember the anguish He suffered for you;
His life paid your ransom--what more can He do?

What more can he do, what more can he do--
His hands and His feet to the cross nailed for you?
Remember the anguish he suffered for you--
His life paid your ransom--what more can He do?

2 He calls thro' the Gospel, repent and believe;
He calls and entreats you His grace to receive;
He offers full pardon, and only demands
Your loving submission to all He commands. [Refrain]

3 He calls thro' His mercy, and still you delay;
He calls by His Spirit, you grieve Him away;
Ah, soon your probation perchance may be o'er,
And then your Redeemer will call you not more! [Refrain]

4 O haste, He is waiting, you cannot refuse
The way of salvation with gladness to choose!
His blood of atonement is flowing for you;
He offers it freely--what more can He do? [Refrain]

Coronation Hymns, 1910

Author: Rachel Rivers

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Text Information

First Line: O lost ones, in danger no longer remain
Title: What More Can He do
Author: Rachel Rivers
Language: English
Refrain First Line: What more can he do



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