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Lord, I come, my sins

Representative Text

1 Lord, I come, my sins confessing,
At Thy feet I humbly bow,
Waiting for Thy promised blessing;
Jesus, hear and answer now.

Thou art waiting to be gracious,
Waiting now my soul to heal;
Wash me in Thy blood most precious,
Cleanse from guilt and my pardon seal.

2 Worldly thoughts and vain ambition
Turn my wav’ring soul from Thee;
Sad indeed is my condition;
Saviour, help and strengthen me. [Refrain]

3 Waves of sorrow round me swelling,
Lord, to Thee I come for aid;
Let me hear Thy sweet voice telling,
“It is I, be not afraid.” [Refrain]

Source: The Bright Array #94

Author: William Stevenson

Late 19th Century Currently, our only data on Stevenson is that he was a minister. --http://www.hymntime.com/tch May be the same as William Fleming Stevenson. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Lord, I come, my sins
Author: William Stevenson
Refrain First Line: Thou art waiting to be


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The Bright Array #94

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