1 Where will you spend eternity?
This question comes home to all,
The old, the young, the rich, the poor,
Must answer the solemn call.
Where will you spend eternity?
Do not the answer delay;
Shall all be darkness or marvelous light?
Settle this question to-day.
2 Where will you spend eternity?
Life’s pleasures will soon be o’er;
Their songs and mirth will pass away,
And leave you forevermore. [Refrain]
3 Where will you spend eternity?
Shall all with your soul be well?
Say, will you enter Gates of Pearl,
Or ever in darkness dwell? [Refrain]
4 Where will you spend eternity?
The angels now bend to hear;
O choose to-day a place of rest,
With Jesus, your Friend so dear. [Refrain]
5 Where will you spend eternity?
The dear ones, who’ve gone before,
With longing eyes your coming wait,
O meet them on yonder shore. [Refrain]
Source: The Old Story in Song #59
|First Line:||Where will you spend eternity (Munford)|
|Title:||Where Will You Spend Eternity?|
|Author:||Mary Hubbert Munford|
|Refrain First Line:||Where will you spend eternity|
|Copyright:||This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.|
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|The Old Story in Song #59||Where Will You Spend Eternity?||Where will you spend eternity||[Where will you spend eternity]||M. H. M.||1906|