Someone is thinking he ought to be saved

Someone is thinking he ought to be saved

Author: Edna G. Young
Tune: [Someone is thinking he ought to be saved]
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1 Someone is thinking he ought to be saved,—
Is almost persuaded tonight;
But, without warning, will be summoned away,
‘Mid wrongs he can never make right.

Refrain:
Shall it be you?
Shall it be You?
Who, at death’s portals will still be untrue,
And at the last, would give worlds to undo?
Shall it? O shall it be you?

2 Someone expects to let Jesus come in,
But waiting for some other day;
Sooner or later the angel will come,
And find him from God far away. [Refrain]

3 Someone is hearing of Jesus this hour,—
Is almost persuaded to yield;
But he replies to the Spirit, “Not now,”
And goes to the doom he has sealed. [Refrain]

Source: Sacred Praise: for Use in Gospel Meetings, Evangelistic Services ... #111

Author: Edna G. Young

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First Line: Someone is thinking he ought to be saved
Author: Edna G. Young
Refrain First Line: Shall it be you

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Sacred Praise #111

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