The Purifying Fountain

Sinner will you come to Jesus, Will you come and be made whole?

Author: Noah Young
Tune: [Sinner will you come to Jesus]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Sinner will you come to Jesus,
Will you come and be made whole?
As you come your sin confessing,
He will sweetly save your soul;
He is waiting to forgive you,
Then on Him your burden roll,
He will free from condemnation,
And in love your life control.

Chorus:
Glory! glory! Hallelujah!
For salvation full and free!
Purchased by the blood of Jesus,
Which was shed on Calvary;
There the cleansing fount was opened,
As they pierc’d Him on the tree,
It has pow’r to cleanse the foulest,
And avails for you and me.

2 Seek the purifying fountain,
In the Saviour’s pierced side,
From your sin and guilt it cleanseth,
As you plunge beneath its tide;
And the gracious invitation,
Is extended far and wide,
‘Tis the gospel “Whosoever,”
“Come to Me, in Me abide.” [Chorus]

3 When you find that you are erring,
When the struggle seems in vain,
And to know that you are guilty,
Brings you much distress and pain;
If you cast your all on Jesus,
He will give you pow’r to reign,
And will cleanse you from pollution,
Washing out the crimson stain. [Chorus]

4 Christ will keep your feet from straying,
He will lead you by the hand,
And will bring you safe to glory,
With the blood-washed you shall stand;
They will come from ev’ry nation,
They will come from sea and land,
There to sing and shout forever,
As a holy, happy band. [Chorus]


Source: Kingdom Songs: for use in the Sunday School, the young people's meeting, the devotional service #120

Author: Noah Young

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Text Information

First Line: Sinner will you come to Jesus, Will you come and be made whole?
Title: The Purifying Fountain
Author: Noah Young
Refrain First Line: Glory! glory! Hallelujah!
Publication Date: 1914
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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