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475. Come to the Savior Now

1 Come to the Savior now,
he gently calleth thee;
in true repentance bow,
before him bend the knee;
he waiteth to bestow
salvation, peace and love,
true joy on earth below,
a home in heav'n above.

2 Come to the Savior now,
ye who have wandered far;
renew your solemn vow,
for his by right you are;
come, like poor wand'ring sheep
returning to his fold;
his arm will safely keep,
his love will ne'er grow cold.

3 Come to the Savior, all,
whate'er your burdens be;
hear now his loving call,
"Cast all your care on me."
Come, and for ev'ry grief
in Jesus you will find
a sure and safe relief,
a loving Friend and kind.

Text Information
First Line: Come to the Savior now
Title: Come to the Savior Now
Author: John M. Wigner (1871)
Language: English
Publication Date: 1990
Topic: The Way of Salvation: The Free Offer of the Gospel; Backsliding; Christ: Love and Grace of
Tune Information
Composer: Frederick C. Maker (1881)
Key: E♭ Major

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COME TO THE SAVIOR NOW (Lift Up Your Hearts 613)
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O GOD, BE MERCIFUL (Blue Psalter 103)
PowerPoint Presentation for Projection
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