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Come, Holy Spirit, comforter blest

Come, Holy Spirit, comforter blest

Author: H. D. Spear
Tune: [Come, Holy Spirit] (Shepard)
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Come, Holy Spirit,
Comforter bless’d!
Give to my weary heart
Sweet peace and rest;
Naught of myself would I,
To Thee alone I fly,
Heed Thou my humble cry—
Come, Spirit, Come!

2 Come, Holy Spirit,
Teacher divine!
Lead in the way of truth
This heart of mine;
I am so slow to learn,
So prone from Thee to turn,
Yet for Thy grace I yearn—
Come, Spirit, Come!

3 Come, Holy Spirit,
Heavenly Guide!
Ever direct my path,
Be near my side;
Dangers beset the way,
Foes threaten night and day,
Keep, lest from Thee I stray—
Come, Spirit, Come!

4 Come, Holy Spirit,
My All in All!
Thou canst supply each need,
Or great or small;
Thou art a loving Friend,
Ever my way attend,
And from all ill defend—
Come, Spirit, Come!

Source: Revival Hymns: a Collection of New and Standard Hymns for Gospel and social meetings, Sunday schools and Young People's Societies #43

Author: H. D. Spear

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First Line: Come, Holy Spirit, comforter blest
Author: H. D. Spear



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