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323. Come, O Long Expected Jesus

1 Come, O long expected Jesus,
Born to set your people free;
From our fears and sins release us;
Free us from captivity.

2 Israel's strength and consolation,
You, the hope of all the earth,
Dear desire of ev'ry nation,
Come and save us by your birth.

3 Born your people to deliver;
Born a child and yet a King!
Dear desire of ev'ry nation,
Come, and save us by your birth.

4 By your own eternal Spirit
Rule in all our hearts alone;
By your all sufficient merit
Raise us to your glorious throne.

Text Information
First Line: Come, O long expected Jesus
Title: Come, O Long Expected Jesus
Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 (alt.)
Meter: 8 7 8 7
Language: English
Publication Date: 1994
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: Seasons and Feasts: Advent; Captivity
Tune Information
Name: STUTTGART
Composer: Christian F. Witt, 1660-1716
Adapter: Henry J. Gauntlett, 1805-1876
Meter: 8 7 8 7
Key: F Major
Copyright: Harm. © National Christian Education Council



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