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Who will follow the Savior

Who will follow the Savior

Author: B. C. Mason
Tune: [Who will follow the Saviour]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Who will follow the Saviour? O come, weary heart,
You are almost persuaded this moment to start;
You are troubled and care-worn; how glad you would be
If your soul, heavy-laden, from its burden were free.

Refrain:
Who will follow the Saviour?
Who will follow the Saviour?
To the Spirit now pleading,
Sinner, what will you say?
Who will follow the Saviour?
Who will follow the Saviour?
He is waiting your answer,
Do not grieve Him away.

2 Who will follow the Saviour, and follow Him now?
At the foot-stool of mercy we urge you to bow;
You have nothing to do but repent and believe,
And the best of all blessings you may freely receive. [Refrain]

3 Who will follow the Saviour? the choice is your own;
He has laid down His life for your sins to atone;
And the words He has spoken, how sweetly they fall!
There is room in His kingdom, and a welcome for all. [Refrain]

Source: The Bright Array #142

Author: B. C. Mason

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Author: B. C. Mason
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Bright Array #142

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