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Come unto me, ye weary, heavy laden

Come unto me, ye weary, heavy laden

Author: I. Mench Chambers
Tune: [Come unto Me, ye weary, heavy-laden]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Come unto Me, ye weary, heavy-laden,
All ye who by much care are sore opprest,
Come unto Me, come bring thine ev’ry burden,
Bring thy tired heart, and I will give it rest.

Refrain:
Come unto Me,
Come unto Me,
Come unto Me, ye weary;
Come unto Me,
Come bring thine ev’ry burden,
And I will give you rest.

2 Come unto Me, I know the paths you travel,
Weary oft times, thy plodding feet must be,
Hark is thy journey, few are thy comforters,
Come to thy Rest, my child—‘tis found in Me. [Refrain]

3 Burdens are lain on thee by weaker spirits,
Thou like thy Lord must oft be sorely prest
Into a service full of strain and worry,
Yet come to Me, for sympathy and rest. [Refrain]

4 Come tho’ thy needs be felt in vale or mountain,
Come to the “secret place,” I will meet you there.
Come tell to Me the untold stress and longing,
Come to the Father-heart, and He will share. [Refrain]

Source: Boundless Love: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings #44

Author: I. Mench Chambers

Born: 1865, Penn­syl­van­ia. Buried: Mif­flin­burg, Penn­syl­van­ia. Cham­bers, a min­is­ter, was liv­ing in Cam­den, New Jer­sey, in 1905, and Pal­my­ra, New Jer­sey, in 1930, ac­cord­ing to cen­sus re­cords. His works in­clude: At the Beau­ti­ful Gate (Burk & Mc­Fet­ridge Com­pa­ny, 1895) Harold Pay­son; Or, A Life of Low­ly Min­is­try (F. T. Nee­ly, 1899) The De­vil of To­day: His Play Be­tween the False and the Good, 1906 --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

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First Line: Come unto me, ye weary, heavy laden
Author: I. Mench Chambers

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