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165. [Come, sinners, to the gospel feast]

A:
5 This is the time, no more delay!
This is the Lord's accepted day.
Come thou, this moment, at his call,
and live for him who died for all.

B:
5 Ye who believe his record true
shall sup with him and he with you;
come to the feast, be saved from sin,
for Jesus waits to take you in.

C:
2 Though what I dream and what i do
in my weak days are always two,
help me, oppressed by things undone,
O thou whose deeds and dreams were one.

Text Information
First Line: [Come, sinners, to the gospel feast]
Author (A, B): Charles Wesley
Author (C): John Hunter
Publication Date: 1991
Language: English
Notes: A & B. Come, Sinners, to the Gospel Feast (United Methodist Hymnal #339 & 616) C. Dear Jesus, in Whose Life I See (United Methodist Hymnal #468)
Tune Information
Name: HURSLEY
Composer (descant): Charles H. Webb
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Katholisches Gesangbuch; Adapt. Metrical Psalter
Copyright: Descant © 1991 Abingdon Press
Notes: Descant - with harmonization #166 only (Vocal)



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