Burdened with a heavy load,
Lord, we come, for Thou art calling;
Rough and toilsome is the road,
And the night around is falling.
Sin, the burden that we bear,
Fills us with a dread to meet Thee;
Yet, we yield not to despair,
But for mercy would entreat Thee.
From the cross a glorious light
Falls upon our path to cheer us;
And a hope on pinions bright
Hovers, in the darkness, near us.
For the sake of Him Who bore
All the sin, we come lamenting,
Let Thy pardon now restore
Sinners, at Thy feet, repenting.
Hymns from the Morningland, 1911
|First Line:||Burdened with a heavy load, Lord, we come, for Thou art calling|
|Title:||Burdened with a heavy load|
|Translator:||John Brownlie (1911)|
|Copyright:||This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.|
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|Hymns from the Morningland #53||Burdened with a heavy load||Burdened with a heavy load||John Brownlie||7,8,7,8||1911||Penitence and Love ||