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I am weary, gracious Savior

I am weary, gracious Savior

Author: William B. Blake
Tune: [I am weary, gracious Savior]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 I am weary, gracious Saviour,
Of the burden of my sin;
Thou alone canst cleanse my spirit,
Thou canst make me pure within.

Refrain:
I am coming, gracious Saviour,
All to Thee I now resign;
Wash me in the fount of cleansing,
And seal me ever, ever Thine.

2 Wand’ring o’er a weary desert,
Faint and sadden’d I have trod,
Seeking rest where rest’s a stranger,
Finding naught to ease my load. [Refrain]

3 Thus I come to Thee, believing
Thou the better portion art;
Take me, cleanse me, reign within me,
Never from my soul depart. [Refrain]

Source: The Helper in Sacred Song: for Sunday-schools, churches, and devotional services #73

Author: William B. Blake

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First Line: I am weary, gracious Savior
Author: William B. Blake
Refrain First Line: I am coming, gracious Savior
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Helper in Sacred Song #73

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