Lovest thou me, 'Tis the Savior that asks thee

Lovest thou me, 'Tis the Savior that asks thee

Author: William Stone
Tune: [Lovest thou me]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 “Lovest thou me?”
‘Tis the Saviour that asks thee;
Sinner, I came that thou mightiest love me;
Hear Him today!
Turn not away!
I ask thee, O tell me,
“Lovest thou me?”

Refrain:
Thy sins, tho’ they mar thee,
From my heart doth not bar thee;
I love thee! I love thee!
Say “Lovest thou me?”
Thy sins, tho’ they mar thee,
From my heart doth not bar thee;
I ask thee, O tell me,
“Lovest thou me?”

2 “Lovest thou me?”
‘Tis the Saviour would tell thee;
Sinner, I died that thou mightiest love me;
Died on the cross,
Regain thy loss,
I’m waiting, O tell me,
“Lovest thou me?” [Refrain]

3 “Lovest thou me?”
‘Tis the Saviour that greets thee;
Sinner, I rose that thou mightiest love me;
Death lost its sting,
Our conqu’ring King!
Thrice tell me, dear sinner,
“Lovest thou me?” [Refrain]

Source: Hymns of the Kingdom: for use in religious meetings #76

Author: William Stone

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First Line: Lovest thou me, 'Tis the Savior that asks thee
Author: William Stone
Refrain First Line: Thy sins, though they mar thee

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Hymns of the Kingdom: for use in religious meetings #76

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