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A needy sinner at Thy feet

A needy sinner at Thy feet

Author: Strong
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 A needy sinner at thy feet,
With broken heart I bow
For pardon at thy mercy seat;
O Jesus, save me now.

Refrain:
O come to my heart, Lord Jesus,
There is room in my heart for thee.
O come to my heart, Lord Jesus, come,
There is room in my heart for thee.

2 Strong Friend of sinners, hear my cry,
And set my sad heart free;
My sins demand that I should die,
But I believe in thee.

3 To thee, the sinner’s changeless friend,
My all I fully give;
The living water, Jesus, send,
O let me drink and live.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #282

Author: Strong

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Text Information

First Line: A needy sinner at Thy feet
Author: Strong
Refrain First Line: O come to my heart, Lord Jesus

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #282

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