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The Master is coming, he calleth for thee

The Master is coming, he calleth for thee

Author: Lydia Baxter
Tune: [The Master is coming, He calleth for thee]
Published in 9 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 The Master is coming, He calleth for thee,
And loved ones are hast’ning their Savior to see
He’s full of compassion, why will you delay?
He’s calling, still calling, oh, come, come today!

Refrain:
Calling oh, hear Him calling, still calling,
Why, O why will you delay?
Oh, hear Him calling, so sweetly calling, hear Him,
Hear the Master calling, come, oh, come today.

2 The Master is coming, receive Him and live;
Oh, will you not trust Him your sins to forgive?
On Calvary’s cross, amid anguish and pain,
Thy ransom was purchased with Jesus was slain. [Refrain]

3 The Master is coming, He calleth today;
Awake from thy slumbers, to labor and pray;
The morning is breaking, the noontide is near,
And evening’s dark shadows will quickly be here. [Refrain]

4 The Master is coming, to call from the grave
His loved ones to glory; He’s mighty to save;
And all who believe Him in rapture shall sing,
Salvation through Jesus, our Master and King. [Refrain]

Source: Triumphant Songs No.4 #174

Author: Lydia Baxter

Baxter, Lydia, an American Baptist, was b. at Petersburg, N. York, Sep. 2, 1800, married to Mr. Baxter, and d. in N. Y. June 22, 1874. In addition to her Gems by the Wayside, 1855, Mrs. Baxter contributed many hymns to collections for Sunday Schools, and Evangelistic Services. Of these, the following are the best known:— 1. Cast thy net again, my brother. Patient toil. Given in the Royal Diadem, N. Y., 1873. 2. Go, work in my vineyard. Duty. Also given in the Royal Diadem, 1873, and Mr. Sankey's S. & Solos, No. 4. 3. I'm kneeling, Lord, at mercy's gate. Lent. In Coronation Hymns, &c, N. Y., 1879. 4. I'm weary, I'm fainting, my day's work is done. Longing for rest. Royal Diadem. 1873. 5. In the fadeless s… Go to person page >

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First Line: The Master is coming, he calleth for thee
Author: Lydia Baxter

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Instances

Instances (1 - 9 of 9)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Songs of Salvation. Work songs #d181
Songs Tried and Proved #d142
The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book for Public Worship #831Page Scan
The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book, for Public Worship #289.831Page Scan
The Baptist Hymn Book #831Page Scan
The Canadian Baptist Hymn Book #559Page Scan
The Children's Church #d148
The Vestry Hymn and Tune Book #d452
Triumphant Songs No.4 #174TextAudioPage Scan



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