1 In weariness and pain,
By sins and fears opprest,
I turn me to my Rest again,
My soul's eternal Rest:
2 The Lamb that died for me,
And still my load doth bear;
To Jesus' streaming wounds I flee,
And find my quiet there.
3 Jesus, was ever grief,
Was ever love like Thine?
Thy sorrow, Lord, is my relief,
Thy life hath ransomed mine.
4 O may I rise with Thee,
And soar to things above,
And spend a blest eternity
In praise of dying Love.
|First Line:||In weariness and pain|
|Author:||C. Wesley (1749, a.)|
|Topic:||The Cross and Comfort; The Cross and Comfort: In Outward Suffering; Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity|
|Notes:||Alternate tune: #585|
|Notes:||Composer from index: Dr. L. Mason, from Nägeli|
|BLEST BE THE TIE THAT BINDS (Gray Psalter 315)|
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