Ready! oh, are you ready

Author: Georgina M. Taylor (1880)
Tune: [Ready! oh, are you ready]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Ready! oh, are you ready,
If the Lord should come today?
Are you sheltered under the sprinkled blood
That takes all sin away?
Or are you still fearing, doubting,
And lingering outside the door,
Which when once He comes will be closed to you,
If you enter not before?

2 Ready! oh, are you ready?
Christian, this speaks to you;
For the Lord’s own child, tho’ safe, may be
Ashamed to meet Him, too.
Will He find you watching, praying,
In the day when He comes again?
Or are you asleep while others weep
For the sorrows and sins of men?

3 Ready! oh, are you ready?
For soon He may be here;
Will He find you loyal and true to Him,
Or cowardly and full of fear?
Will He find you enduring hardness
As a faithful soldier must,
Content to tread where the Lord has led
In a life of simple trust?

4 Ready! oh, are you ready,
When the Lord shall call away,
No idol chaining you down to earth
But ready to go today?
For it may be that He is coming
Before the evening fall;
But whether at noon or midnight
Be ready when He shall call.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10076

Author: Georgina M. Taylor

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Text Information

First Line: Ready! oh, are you ready
Title: Ready
Author: Georgina M. Taylor (1880)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain


The Cyber Hymnal #10076
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