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1. Sinner come, 'mid thy gloom, All thy guilt confessing, 'Trembling now, contrite bow, Take the offered


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1. When the harvest is past, and the summer is gone, And sermons and prayers shall be o'er,

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When the beams cease to break of the blest Sabbath morn, And Jesus invites thee no more.

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When their harmony wakes, in tho full2. When the rich gales of mercy no longer

ness of bliss, shall blow,

Their song to the Saviour of love, The gospel no message declare, Sinner, how canst thou bear the deep 4. Say, 0 sinner, that livest at rest and wailing of woe,


Who fearest no trouble to come,
How suffer the night of despair?

Can thy spirit the swellings of sorrow 3. When the holy have gone to the regions

of peace,

Or bear the impenitent's doom?
To dwell in the mansions above;


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68. 1. Come wandering sheep, 0 come, I'll bind thee to my breast, I'll bear thee to thy home, And

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s We're travelling home to heaven & - bove, Will you go? wiil you go? { То sing the Saviour's dy - ing love, Will you go? will you go? 5 Mil

} D.C. And millions more are the road, Will you go? will you go?



• lions have reach'd that blest a - bode, An - oint - ed kings and priests to God,

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1. WE'RE travelling home to heaven above,

Will you go?
To sing the Saviour's dying love,

Will you go?
Millions have reached that blest abode,
Anointed kings and priests to God,
And millions more are on the road,

Will you go?

4. Ye weary, heavy-laden, come,

Will you go?
In the blest house there still is room,

Will you go?
The Lord is waiting to receive,
If thou wilt on Ilim now believe,
He'll give thy troubled conscience ease,

Come, believe.

9. We're going to see the bleeding Lamb,

Will you go?
In rapturous strains to praise His name,

Will you go?
The crown of life we there shall wear,
The conqueror's palms our hands shall bear,
And all the joys of heaven we'll share,

Will you go?

5. The way to heaven is straight and plain,

Will you go?
Repent, believe, be born again,

Will you go?
The Saviour cries aloud to thee,
"Take up thy cross and follow Me,
And thou shalt My salvation see,

Come to Me."

3. We're going to join the heavenly choir,

Will you go?
To raise our voice and tune the lyre,

Will you go?
There saints and angels gladly sing
Hosanna to their God and King,
And make the heavenly arches ring,

Will you go?

6. O, could I hear some sinner say,

I will go,
I'll start this moment, clear the way,

Let me go!
My old companions, fare you well,
I will not go with you to hell,
With Jesus Christ I mean to dwell

Let me gol fare you well

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1. When Thou, my right-eous Judge, shalt come To take Thy ran

- soined 2. I love to meet Thy peo - ple now, Be - fore Thy feet with

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? P worm as I, Who sometimes am a - fraid to die, Be found at Thy right hand! pierc-ing tho't, What if my name should be left out, When Thou for them shalt call : 1




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383. C. P. M.

2. O God, mine inmost soul convert,
And deeply on my thoughful heart

Eternal things impress! 3. O Lord, prevent it by Thy grace,

Give me to feel their solemn weight, Be Thou my only hiding-place, In this th' accepted day;

And save me ere it be too late,

Wake me to righteousness.
Thy pardoning voice, 0 let me hear,
To still my unbelieving fear,

3. Before me place, in dread array,
Nor let me fall, I pray.

The pomp of that tremendous day,

When Thou with clouds shalt come 4. Among Thy saints let me be found,

To judge the nations at Thy bar;
Whene'er th' archangel's trump shall And tell me, Lord, shall I be there

To see Thy smiling face; (sound, To meet a joyful doom?
Then loudest of the throng I 'll sing,
While heaven's resounding mansions ring, 4. Be this my one great business hore,
With shouts of sovereign grace.

With holy diligence and fear,

To make my calling sure;
Thine utmost counsel to fulfill,

And suffer all Thy righteous will,
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And to the end endure.

1. Lo! on a narrow neck of land,
'Twixt two unbounded seas, I stand,

Secure! insensible!
A point of time, a moment's space
Removes me to that heavenly place,

Or shuts me up in hell.

5. Then, Saviour, thon my soul receive,
Transported from this earth, to livo

And reign with Thee above;
Where faith is sweetly lost in sight,
And hope, in full, supreme delight,

And everlasting love.


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Child of sin and sor-row, Filled with dis-may.) 1. {

Wait not for to - mor - row, Yield thee to-day; } Heaven bids thee come, while yet there's room, D. C. Child of sin and sor - row, Hear and o- bey. Fine.

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Go, watch and pray! thou canst not tell How near thine hour may be;
Thou canst not know how

the bell May toll notes for thee.



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With trembling limbs, and wasting form,

Thou 'rt bending o'er thy tomb: 2. Fond youth, while free from blighting care,

And can vain hope lead thee astray? Does thy firm pulse beat high?

Go, weary pilgrim, watch and pray. Do hope's glad visions, bright and fair, 4. Ambition, stop thy panting breath! Dilate before thine eye?

Pride, sink thy lifted eye! Soon these must change, must pass away;

Behold the caverns, dark with death, Frail child of dust, go watch and pray.

Before you open lie:

The heavenly warning now obey; 3. Thou aged man, life's wintry storm

Ye sons of pride, go watch and pray. Hath seared thy vernal bloom;


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