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107. Abide With Me!

1 Jesus, Saviour, hear my call,
Sinful though my heart may be,
Thou, my life, my hope, my all,
Lord, abide with me.

2 Lonely in a stranger land,
Cast me not away from thee,
Lead me by thy gentle hand,
Lord, abide with me.

3 Thou hast died the lost to save,
Died to set the captive free;
Thou didst triumph o’er the grave,
Lord, abide with me.

4 Fill me with thy love divine,
Consecrate my life to thee,
Bend my stubborn will to thine,
Lord, abide with me.

5 When the shades of death prevail,
Father, let me cling to thee;
When I pass the gloomy vale,
Still abide with me.

6 Then, O then, my raptured soul
Heaven’s eternal rest shall see;
There, while endless ages roll,
Live and reign with thee.

Text Information
First Line: Jesus, Saviour, hear my call
Title: Abide With Me!
Author: Fanny J. Crosby (1865)
Publication Date: 1873
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