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I come to Thee

Just as I am, a little one

Author: Anna D. Bradley
Tune: [Just as I am, a little one]
Published in 2 hymnals

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Representative Text

1. Just as I am, a little one,
I trust myself to God’s dear Son;
It matters not what I have done,
Oh, loving Christ, I come.

I come, I come, I come,
Trusting myself to God’s dear Son;
I come, I come, I come,
Oh, loving Christ, I come.

2. Just as I am, before I know
The paths that lead to sin and woe,
Just as I’d to my mother go,
To Thee, dear Christ, I come. [Refrain]

3. Just as I am, no need to say
I’ll wait for yet another day,
For tiny feet may go astray,
So now to Christ I come. [Refrain]

4. Just as I am, I’m not afraid:
The way so easy has been made;
For it was Christ Himself who said,
Let little children come. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2756

Author: Anna D. Bradley

Anna D. Bradley made many contributions to the Christian Standard, memorably a tribute to her mother that resonates with all daughters. --from Christian Church Women: Shapers of a Movement Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Just as I am, a little one
Title: I come to Thee
Author: Anna D. Bradley
Refrain First Line: I come, I come


The Cyber Hymnal #2756
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The Cyber Hymnal #2756

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