977. Come to Him Now

1. Jesus invites you to feast with Him now;
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
If at His cross you will but meekly bow,
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
Jesus will pardon if you will confess;
Jesus will turn into joy your distress;
Jesus will save and most wondrously bless;
Come to Him now, come to Him now.

2. If you but knew of the joy He’ll impart,
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
You would most gladly surrender your heart;
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
He’ll write your name in the Lamb’s book of life;
He’ll drive away all your sorrow and strife;
He’ll make your pathway with vict’ry more rife;
Come to Him now, come to Him now.

3. Jesus is ready salvation to give,
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
Will you not hasten, and pardon receive?
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
Now while He calls you, O brother, obey;
Now while He’s waiting, no longer delay;
Jesus is anxious to save you today;
Come to Him now, come to Him now.

4. If you refuse Him a place in your heart,
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
He may forever, and ever depart;
Come to Him now, come to Him now;
If His sad death on the cross you despise,
Closing your heart against love’s sacrifice,
You at the last may be filled with surprise;
Come to Him now, come to Him now.

Text Information
First Line: Jesus invites you to feast with Him now
Title: Come to Him Now
Author: W. N. Ogborn (1900)
Language: English
Source: Gospel Praises No. 2, by William J. Kirkpatrick & Henry Gilmour (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Hall-Mack Company, circa 1900), number 149
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Jesus invites you to feast with Him now]
Composer: Henry Lake Gilmour
Incipit: 11233 45653 54324
Key: F Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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