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O weary, sinsick soul

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1 O weary, sin-sick soul,
Why do you doubt and fear?
The loving lamb of God extol,
There is salvation near.
Salvation, salvation,
There is salvation near;
The loving lamb of God extol,
There is salvation near.

2 The Savior bids you come,
Hear ye his welcome voice;
He now is fitting up your home;
Oh, mourning soul, rejoice.
Salvation, salvation,
O mourning soul, rejoice;
He now is fitting up your home,
Oh, mourning soul, rejoice.

3 Rejoice that he is King,
Most merciful and true;
Lift up your voice and gladly sing,
For there is life for you.
Salvation, salvation,
Yes, there is life for you;
Lift up your voice and gladly sing,
For there is life for you.

Source: Songs of Free Grace #2

Author: L. W. Munhall

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Text Information

First Line: O weary, sinsick soul
Author: L. W. Munhall
Publication Date: 1883
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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Songs of Free Grace #2

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