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Penitence

Author: R. K. B. Hymnal: Select Hymns #113 (1911) Hymnal Title: Select Hymns First Line: Weary and sad I come, Lord, to thee Tune Title: [Weary and sad I come, Lord, to thee]
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Penitence

Author: R. K. B. Hymnal: Timeless Truths #992 Meter: 9.6.9.6 Hymnal Title: Timeless Truths First Line: Weary and sad I come, Lord, to Thee Lyrics: 1 Weary and sad I come, Lord, to Thee, Low at Thy feet I fall; Oh, wilt Thou hear my penitent plea, As I upon Thee call? 2 Weary and worn I bring unto Thee My load of sin and care; Lord, Thou hast suffered my soul to free, Wilt Thou my burdens bear? 3 May every thought of self now depart From this poor heart of mine; And wilt Thou peace and glory impart— Make me entirely Thine? 4 I sink beneath the all-cleansing wave, Which now by faith I see; Simply I trust Thy power to save, Oh, let me rise in Thee. Topics: Supplication Scripture: Acts 3:19 Tune Title: [Weary and sad I come, Lord, to Thee]
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Penitence

Author: R. K. B. Hymnal: Truth in Song #113 (1907) Hymnal Title: Truth in Song First Line: Weary and sad I come, Lord, to thee Topics: Repentance Languages: English Tune Title: [Weary and sad I come, Lord, to thee]

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