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Give your heart to Jesus

Come and give your heart to Jesus, He who died on Calvary

Author: W. E. Catlin
Tune: [Come and give your heart to Jesus] (Jeffrey)
Published in 4 hymnals

Full Text

1 Come and give your heart to Jesus,
He who died on Calvary;
For He shed His blood most precious,
To redeem and set you free.

Will you come to our dear Savior?
Will you come? He’ll set you free;
Will you come and let Him save you?
Will you come, God’s child to be? [Refrain]

2 Turn from all your worldly treasure,
Give your heart to Jesus now;
You will find a sweeter pleasure,
When to our dear Lord you bow. [Refrain]

3 Give up all your will to Jesus,
And be led by Him alone;
He will fill your heart with gladness,
When He’s seated on its throne. [Refrain]

Select Hymns, 1911 (Timeless Truths)

Author: W. E. Catlin

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Text Information

First Line: Come and give your heart to Jesus, He who died on Calvary
Title: Give your heart to Jesus
Author: W. E. Catlin
Meter: D
Refrain First Line: Will you come to our dear Savior



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Timeless Truths #153Text
Include 3 pre-1979 instances
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