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Come unto me

Hear the message Christ is bringing

Author: W. B. Williams
Tune: [Hear the voice of Jesus calling]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Hear the voice of Jesus calling—
Follow me, follow me,
Hear His loving accents falling,—
Follow me, follow me.
Wilt thou not His voice obey?
Why a moment yet delay?
Wilt thou not this moment say:
Lord, I’ll follow Thee.

Refrain:
Wheresoever thou dost go,
I’ll follow Thee, follow Thee,
While I travel here below,
Dear Lord, I’ll follow Thee.

2 Hear Him still in earnest pleading—
Follow me, follow me!
If salvation thou art needing,
Follow me, follow me.
Wilt thou not by Him be led?
Be by Him on manna fed?
Say, as thou His footsteps tread—
“Lord, I’ll follow Thee.” [Refrain]

3 What an urgent invitation,
Follow me, follow me!
Giv’n to souls of ev’ry nation,
Follow me, follow me!
Thro’ the wilderness of life,
Thro’ its turmoil, care and strife,
Be its blessings few or rife,
Lord, I’ll follow Thee! [Refrain]

Source: Crowning Day No. 5 #8

Author: W. B. Williams

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Text Information

First Line: Hear the message Christ is bringing
Title: Come unto me
Author: W. B. Williams

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