Hear ye the moan of a soul that is lostAuthor: D. S. Warner
Tune: [Hear ye the moan of a soul that is lost]
Published in 5 hymnals
Printable scores: Sibelius
1 Hear ye the moan of a soul that is lost,
O wretched sinner, that spirit is thine;
Jesus will enter thy bosom today,
Turning thy darkness to glory divine.
Jesus will save thee from darkness and woe,
He will redeem thee till whiter than snow.
2 Sinner, awake to the doom of thy soul,
Fettered by sin, and how soon you must die;
Fly to the Savior this moment, behold,
Jesus invites you to mansions on high. [Refrain]
3 Hark! From the garden and Calvary’s cross,
Voices that utter God’s wonderful love;
Value, poor sinner, thy soul at its cost,
Seek first its title to heaven above. [Refrain]
4 Think of eternity, oh, what a word!
Ages unending of darkness or day;
Where will you fix your eternal abode?
Take thy redemption ere life speeds away. [Refrain]
5 Past mercies slighted can never return,
Future recordeth no promise for thee;
Now is the day of salvation we learn,
Now is the moment, oh, come and be free. [Refrain]
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|Timeless Truths #1061||Jesus Will Save Thee||Hear ye the moan of a soul that is lost||[Hear ye the moan of a soul that is lost]||Daniel S. Warner||10.10.10.10.10.10||Luke 19:10||Invitation |||Timeless Truths (http://library.timelesstruths.org/music/Jesus_Will_Save_Thee); Faith Publishing House, <i>Evening Light Songs</i>, 1949, edited 1987 (381); The Gospel Trumpet Company, <i>Select Hymns</i>, 1911 (82)|