Hark, sinner, hark, God speaks to theeAuthor: William Hague
Tune: DUNLAP'S CREEK (McFarland)
Published in 4 hymnals
Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
1 Hark! sinner, hark! God speaks to thee;
How shall I let thee go?
How shall I thy destruction see,
And all thine anguish know?
2 Sinner, how shall I give thee up?
I’ve loved thee as a child;
Yet of thy sins, thou fill’st the cup,
As if with passion wild.
3 Sinner, how shall I let thee go?
My heart doth yearn for thee,
Yet thou dost love transgression so,
Thou wilt not turn to Me.
4 O sinner, stop! pause in thy path,
Pause, ere it be too late;
And now, while I hold back My wrath,
Escape thy threatening fate.
5 But if thou wilt not, then I must
Forever let thee go;
And that I am both kind and just,
The universe shall know.
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10235
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|The Cyber Hymnal #10235||Hark! Sinner Hark!||Hark! sinner, hark! God speaks to thee||AWFUL MAJESTY||William Hague||CM||Cutting's <cite>Hymns for the Vestry and Fireside</cite>, 1841|