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Sinners, sinners, don't you see

Sinners, sinners, don't you see

Author: W. L. Muir
Tune: [Sinners, sinners, don't you see]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Sinners, sinners, do ‘nt you see,
The way is now prepared; hallelujah!
What Christ has done for you and me,
Though we ‘ve been much degraded; hallelujah!
And very heavy laden, hallelujah!
With sin and much temptation; hallelujah!

2 When we are tempted, when we are tried,
We must go and bow to Jesus; hallelujah!
Wo to us was crucified,
To appeal the wrath of justice; hallelujah!
What a wonder was King Jesus, hallelujah!
Who completed our salvation; hallelujah.

3 Brethren, brethren, do ’nt you feel,
This to be your bounden duty; hallelujah!
To walk the self-denial road,
In the view of suffering Jesus; hallelujah!
Who arose and went to heaven, hallelujah!
In the presence of eleven; hallelujah!

4 Just behold him going to the tomb,
To prepare a way for dying; hallelujah!
They embalmed him with some sweet perfume;
It was the act of purifying; hallelujah!
Ah! but what do you think about dying;
Do n’t you think ’t is very trying; hallelujah!

5 A few more suffering days below
And we like Jesus will be buried; hallelujah!
In the coming day I know,
We to heaven will be carried; hallelujah!
Then we ‘ll go both soul and body, hallelujah!
To live with god forever; hallelujah!



Source: A Collection of Revival Hymns and Plantation Melodies #17

Author: W. L. Muir

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First Line: Sinners, sinners, don't you see
Author: W. L. Muir
Copyright: Public Domain

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A Collection of Revival Hymns and Plantation Melodies #17
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A Collection of Revival Hymns and Plantation Melodies #17

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