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Come, poor sinners, come to Jesus, weary, heavy laden, weak

Come, poor sinners, come to Jesus, weary, heavy laden, weak

Author: W. F. Lloyd
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: W. F. Lloyd

Lloyd, William Freeman, was born at Uley, Gloucestershire, Dec. 22, 1791. As he grew up he took great interest in Sunday school work, and was engaged in teaching both at Oxford and at London. In 1810 he was appointed one of the Secretaries of the Sunday School Union. He also became connected with the Religious Tract Society in 1816. Miller (to whom we are indebted for these details) says in his Singers and Songs of the Church, 1869, p. 418:— "He commenced the Sunday School Teacher's Magazine, conducted for years the Child's Companion and the Weekly Visitor, and suggested the preparation of a large number of books for children and adults. His own literary productions were various, including several useful books for Sunday School teachers… Go to person page >

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First Line: Come, poor sinners, come to Jesus, weary, heavy laden, weak
Author: W. F. Lloyd

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Hymns for Christian Melody #229

Hymns for Mothers #d13

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Songs of Pilgrimage #798

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