If ye will hear His voice, harden not your hearts.@Hebrews 3:15
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Fanny Crosby (1820–1915)

Fan­ny Cros­by, in Songs of Joy and Glad­ness, ed­it­ed by Will­iam Mc­Don­ald, Jo­shua Gill, John R. Swe­ney & Will­iam Kirk­pat­rick (Bos­ton, Mas­sa­chu­setts: Mc­Don­ald & Gill, 1885), num­ber 136. Some hym­nals give the au­thor as Mar­tha J. Lank­ton, one of Fan­ny’s pseu­do­nyms.

Will­iam J. Kirk­pat­rick (🔊 pdf nwc).

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William J. Kirkpatrick (1838–1921)

Oft have I heard a voice that said,
In tones that were soft and low,
Thy Savior has loved, and loves thee yet;
Then why wilt thou slight Him so?

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But where is my soul, where is my soul,
Where is my soul tonight?
That voice pleads on, pleads patiently on,
But where is my soul tonight?

Oft have I heard a warning voice
That urged me to fly from sin;
To open the door I long have closed,
And welcome the Savior in.

Refrain

Oft have I heard a tender voice,
When troubled and care-oppressed;
And then like a weary child I sighed
In Jesus to find a rest.

Refrain

Oft have I heard a grieved, sad voice,
Entreating me o’er and o’er;
And if I refuse to hear it now,
Perhaps it will come no more.

O Savior, I yield, Savior, I yield,
Take Thou my soul tonight.
I now believe, and gladly receive
Thy message of grace tonight.