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84. I Come, O Blessed Lord

1 I come, O blessed Lord, to Thee,
I come today;
I am no longer satisfied
To stay away.

2 I will not wait until my life
Like Thine shall grow:
I’ll come at once; I know I’ve sinn’d:
I’ll tell Thee so.

3 It is enough for me to know,
Thou wilt receive
And cleanse my heart from ev’ry sin
If I believe.

4 Help me that I forget myself
In loving Thee;
And let Thine image on my heart
Reflected be.

5 O take me, Saviour crucified,
And let me prove
That those who most have been forgiv’n
Have most of love.

Text Information
First Line: I come, O blessed Lord, to Thee
Title: I Come, O Blessed Lord
Author: Ellen K. Bradford
Publication Date: 1896
Topic: Consecration; Repentance
Tune Information
Name: [I come, O blessed Lord, to Thee]
Composer: Ira D. Sankey


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