1 Are you lonely, very lonely?
There was One more lonely still,
Jesus Christ the Man of sorrows,
As He did His Father’s will,
He was lonely in the city,
He was lonely in the crowd,
For He found no eye to pity,
And His heart in grief was bowed.
2 Are you weary, often weary?
There was One more weary still,
As He trod His earthly journey,
On His way to Calv’ry’s hill.
He was weary in the nigh-time,
For He had no place of rest,
As He spent the hours of darkness,
Praying on the mountain crest.
3 Are you laden, heavy laden?
There was One more laden still,
He can bear your sin and sorrow,
And your heart with comfort fill.
For He took the sorest burden,
That has ever yet been borne,
And He died beneath that burden
When He wore the crown of thorn.
4 Are you eager, very eager?
There is One more eager still,
For the long expected moment,
When His word He will fulfill,
For the heart that loves so truly,
Never can be satisfied,
Till around Himself He gathers,
All the souls for whom He died.
Source: Alexander's Gospel Songs No. 2 #62
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Alexander's Gospel Songs No. 2 #62||Are You Lonely?||Are you lonely, very lonely||[Are you lonely, very lonely]||Ada R. Habershon||1910|
|Alexander's Hymns No. 2: Songs of Evangelism (Canadian Ed.) #106||Are You Lonely?||Are you lonely, very lonely||[Are you lonely, very lonely]||Ada R. Habershon||1916|