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Coming to the Master

Representative Text

1 Oh, let me come to thee, dear, blessed Master,
Lead me the living way;
Change thou my night of peril and disaster,
To ever-glorious day.

Refrain:
Then, when these transient scenes of earth are ended,
And when time shall be no more,
My soul shall be by heav’nly hosts attended
To that bright shining shore.

2 Oh, let me bring to thee my care and sorrow,
Make me more truly thine,
And fit my spirit for that bright tomorrow,
Where joy shall e’er be mine. [Refrain]

3 Oh, let me feel thy gracious love so tender,
Thy changeless care for me;
Help me to make to thee a full surrender,
And be from sin set free. [Refrain]

4 Oh, let me be with thee when I am dying,
My weary heart at rest,
Up-borne above earth’s sorrow and its sighing,
In thee forever blest. [Refrain]

Source: Triumphant Songs No.1 #61

Author: Francis A. Simkins

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Text Information

First Line: O let me come to thee
Title: Coming to the Master
Author: Francis A. Simkins
Refrain First Line: Then, when these transient

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Triumphant Songs No.1 #61

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