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Follow Me

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1 I hear my blessed Saviour say:
“Follow me, follow me, follow me;”
His voice is calling all the day,
“Follow me, follow me, follow me;
For thee I trod the bitter way,
For thee I gave my life away,
And drank the gall thy debt to pay,
Follow me, follow me, follow me.”

2 “Tho’ thou hast sinn’d, I’ll pardon thee,
Follow me, follow me, follow me;
From ev’ry sin I’ll set thee free,
Follow me, follow me, follow me;
In all Thy changing life I’ll be
Thy God, thy guide on land and sea,
Thy bliss thro’ all eternity,
Follow me, follow me, follow me.”

3 “Bring unto me thy many cares,
Follow me, follow me, follow me;
Thy heavy load my arm upbears,
Follow me, follow me, follow me;
Lean on my breast, dismiss thy fears,
And trust me thro’ thy future years,
My hand shall wipe away all tears,
Follow me, follow me, follow me.”

Source: Hymns We Love #114

Author: George Watson

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Text Information

First Line: I hear my dying Savior say
Title: Follow Me
Author: George Watson
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #10552
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The Cyber Hymnal #10552

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