There is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon Him.@Romans 10:12
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Rigdon M. McIntosh (1836-1899)

John M. McCaleb. It is not clear when McCaleb wrote these words, but they appeared From the Cross to the Crown, edited by Thomas S. Cobb (Fort Worth, Texas: Quartet Music Company, 1921).

Los Cerritos Rigdon M. McIntosh (🔊 pdf nwc).

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John M. McCaleb (1861-1953)

Of one the Lord has made the race,
Thro’ one has come the fall;
Where sin has gone must go His grace;
The Gospel is for all.

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The blessèd Gospel is for all,
The Gospel is for all;
Where sin has gone must go His grace:
The Gospel is for all.

Say not the heathen are at home,
Beyond we have no call,
For why should we be blest alone?
The Gospel is for all.

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Received ye freely, freely give,
From every land they call;
Unless they hear, they cannot live:
The Gospel is for all.

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