What will you do with Jesus? Think well ere you decide

What will you do with Jesus? Think well ere you decide

Author: Fanny Crosby
Tune: [What will you do with Jesus]
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1 What will you do with Jesus?
Think well ere you decide;
Once came the fatal answer:—
Let Him be crucified.
And will you slight His mercy,
And crucify again,
The Lord of life and glory,
For your redemption slain?

2 What will you do with Jesus?
He’s knocking at your heart;
Will you admit the Saviour,
Or shall He now depart?
What will you say to Jesus?
Will you reject His love?
Can this vain world, so transient,
Give joy like that above?

3 What will you do with Jesus,
Your only hope of heav’n,
If you should die without Him,
Unblessed and unforgiv’n?
O, never could you enter
The pearly gate so fair,
That opens to the kingdom,
Where many mansions are.

Source: Christian Endeavor Hymns #65

Author: Fanny Crosby

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First Line: What will you do with Jesus? Think well ere you decide
Author: Fanny Crosby
Language: English
Publication Date: 1894
Copyright: Public Domain

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