Wilt Thou Blameless Be?

Have you yet sought a soul to win

Author: Keith L. Brooks (1920)
Tune: [Have you het sought a soul to win]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Have you yet sought a soul to win,
Out of the paths of death and sin—
Living each day in Jesus’ will,
Earnestly warning friends of ill.

Will thy soul blameless be—
None lost pointing to thee?

2 Have you to loved ones proven true?
Could they in judgment point to you?
Haste, then, for night may soon come on,
Finding your dear ones ever gone. [Refrain]

3 Are you improving every day,
Telling to sinners Jesus’ way—
Just by an act, a word, a smile,
Showing out Jesus all the while? [Refrain]

4 Do you forget the love of Christ,
How that for thee He sacrificed?
Go now, I pray thee, be for Him
Messengers tireless, souls to win. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10289

Author: Keith L. Brooks

Born: February 23, 1887, New York. Died: February 23, 1954 (his birth­day), Los An­ge­les, Cal­i­for­nia. Brooks mar­ried Or­ah M. Grant in 1908 in Che­nan­go Coun­ty, New York. In 1910 they were liv­ing in Nor­wich, New York, but by 1920, they had moved to to Bur­bank, Cal­i­for­nia. In 1940, he and his se­cond wife, Lau­ra, were liv­ing in Los An­ge­les. Brooks wrote or co-wrote nu­mer­ous books, in­clud­ing: Ransacking the Scrip­tures, 1920 Gospel So­los and Du­ets, with Her­bert To­vey (Los An­ge­les, Cal­i­for­nia: cir­ca 1920) Great Pro­phet­ic Themes Prophecies of Dan­i­el and Re­ve­la­tion Comparing Chris­ti­an­i­ty with the Cults The Spir­it of Tru… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Have you yet sought a soul to win
Title: Wilt Thou Blameless Be?
Author: Keith L. Brooks (1920)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Will thy soul blameless be
Copyright: Public Domain


The Cyber Hymnal #10289
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