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Come, blessed Lord, let every shore

Come, blessed Lord, let every shore

Author: Sir Edward Denny
Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1. Jesus, I my sins confess,
Come blessed Lord, and save me;
Fill me with Thy righteousness,
Come, blessed Lord, and save me.

CHORUS
Save me, O save me,
Come, blessed Lord, and save me;
Cleanse my soul and make me whole,
Come, blessed Lord, and save me.

2. While I kneel with contrite heart,
Come blessed Lord, and save me;
Now Thy grace to me impart,
Come, blessed Lord, and save me. [CHORUS]

3. Save me for Thy throne on high,
Come blessed Lord, and save me;
Jesus save me, or I die,
Come, blessed Lord, and save me. [CHORUS]

4. Hallelujah I am Thine,
Come blessed Lord, and save me;
Purchased by Thy blood divine,
Come, blessed Lord, and save me. [CHORUS]

Author: Sir Edward Denny

Denny, Sir Edward, Bart . Sir Edward Denny, son of Sir E. Denny, 4th baronet, of Tralee Castle, County of Kerry, was born 2 Oct., 1796, and succeeded his father in August, 1831. He is a member of the Plymouth Brethren, and has contributed largely to their hymnody. His first publication, in which many of his hymns appeared, was A Selection of Hymns, Lond. Central Tract Depot, 1839. This was followed by Hymns & Poems , Lond., 1848 (third ed., 1870). He has also published several prose works. Many of his hymns are popular, and are in extensive use as:—" A pilgrim through this lonely world"; "Bride of the Lamb, rejoice, rejoice"; “Bright with all His crowns of glory"; “Light of the lonely pilgrim's heart”; "Sweet feast of love d… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Come, blessed Lord, let every shore
Author: Sir Edward Denny

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Church Pastorals, hymns and tunes for public and social worship #560

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The Voice of Praise #572

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Worship in Song #668

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