O come to Christ with all your sin

O come to Christ with all your sin

Author: Henry J. Zelley
Tune: [O come to Christ with all your sin]
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Representative Text

1 O come to Christ with all your sin,
He’s willing to bless you now;
And he will make you pure within,
He’s willing to bless you now.

Refrain:
Willing to bless, willing to bless,
Willing to bless you now;
He’ll answer your pray’r, your burdens bear,
He’s willing to bless you now.

2 O come to Christ with all your grief,
He’s willing to bless you now;
And he will give you sweet relief,
He’s willing to bless you now. [Refrain]

3 O come to Christ with all your care,
He’s willing to bless you now;
‘Tis his delight to answer pray’r,
He’s willing to bless you now. [Refrain]

4 O come to Christ, your friend indeed,
He’s willing to bless you now;
And he’ll supply your every need,
He’s willing to bless you now. [Refrain]

Source: Songs of Christian Service #118

Author: Henry J. Zelley

Henry Jeffreys Zelley was born at Mt. Holly, NJ, on Mar. 15, 1859. Educated in the Mt. Holly public schools, at Pennington Seminary, and at Taylor University, where he earned his M. A., Ph. D., and D. D. degrees, he became a Methodist minister in 1882 and first served in the New Jersey Conference as a statistical secretary, treasurer, and trustee, becoming a promoter of the campmeeting movement. Noted for his evangelistic fervor, Zelley produced over 1500 poems, hymns, and gospel songs. One of his songs, "He Brought Me Out" with music by Henry L. Gilmour, appears in several denominational hymnals. Cyberhymnal also lists "When Israel Out of Bondage Came" or "He Rolled the Sea Away" with music by Gilmour too. Another of Zelley’s so… Go to person page >

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First Line: O come to Christ with all your sin
Author: Henry J. Zelley
Refrain First Line: Willing to bless

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Songs of Christian Service #118

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