the Master’s call

O, how I turned to running,

When I heard the Judge’s call;

And how I thought I was condemned,

To being hell’s eternal thrall.

But when most sunken in my sins,

I found mercy for them all:

O, how I came a running,

When I heard the Saviour’s call.

O, how I went to chasing,

When heard sins enticing call;

Forgetting my dear Jesus,

Who had saved me from the fall.

But in from night of weeping,

A glorious dawn I saw:

And how my sins seemed empty,

When I heard the Master’s call.

O, how I felt a drawing,

When I heard my Lover’s voice:

For ‘twas He who taught me how to love,

And in his love rejoice.

And now I must go to him:

I’ll take no other choice.

O, how my heart was captured,

When I heard my Lover’s voice.

Lord, may my heart be ready,

When I hear the Sender’s call.

And may I hide within they strength,

In Satan’s tempting gall.

Listen, now, listen,

Ye sinners one and all:

To how my soul was lifted,

When it heard the Saviour’s call.

New pictures to go up in the gallery soon (as possible).

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