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381. Sitting at the Feet of Jesus

1 Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
O what words I hear Him say!
Happy place - so near, so precious!
May it find me there each day!
Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
I would look upon the past,
For His love has been so gracious -
It has won my heart at last.

2 Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
Where can mortal be more blest?
There I lay my sins and sorrows,
And, when weary, find sweet rest;
Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
There I love to weep and pray
While I from His fullness gather
Grace and comfort ev'ry day.

3 Bless me, O my Savior, bless me,
As I sit low at Thy feet!
O look down in love upon me,
Let me see Thy face so sweet!
Give me, Lord, the mind of Jesus,
Make me holy as He is;
May I prove I've been with Jesus,
Who is all my righteousness.

Text Information
First Line: Sitting at the feet of Jesus
Title: Sitting at the Feet of Jesus
Language: English
Publication Date: 1982
Topic: Aspiriaton
Source: Unknown
Tune Information
Name: CONSTANCY
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Unknown



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