Let me win one

Let me win someone to Jesus this year

Author: Mrs. Frank A. Breck
Tune: [Let me win some one to Jesus this year]
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1 Let me win some one to Jesus this year,
Let me at least win one;
Some may win many to love Him, I know—
Let me at least win one.

Refrain:
Let me win one— let me win one—
Let me win one ere this year shall be down;
Let me win one, let me win one,
One to love my Saviour.

2 Let me win some one to Jesus this year—
One for whom Jesus died;
Then in the beautiful ages to come,
Christ shall be glorified. [Refrain]

3 Let me win some one to Jesus this year—
Let me begin today.
Many are waiting His love to be told,
How can my heart delay? [Refrain]

4 Let me win some one to Jesus this year—
One who might win one more;
Thus might the world to the Saviour be brought—
Ransomed forevermore.

Source: Hymns We Love, for Sunday Schools and All Devotional Meetings #80

Author: Mrs. Frank A. Breck

Mrs. Frank A. Breck has written fourteen or fifteen hundred hymns, and one of the best loved is: “Face to face with Christ my Saviour, Face to face—what will it be, When with rapture I behold Him, Jesus Christ who died for me?” Brought up by God-fearing parents, she cannot remember when Bible reading and prayer were not her daily home custom. From the days of her youth Carrie E. Breck wrote verse and prose for religious and household publications. For a number of years after her marriage, in 1884, family duties superseded those literary, and only on rare occasions did she encourage the muse. Her first published hymn was “You ought to do something for Jesus.” Writing of this memorable occasion, when new desires for this pa… Go to person page >

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First Line: Let me win someone to Jesus this year
Title: Let me win one
Author: Mrs. Frank A. Breck

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