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The blessed Lord, he comes to seek

The blessed Lord, he comes to seek

Author: Charles Bentley
Tune: [The blessed Lord, he comes to seek]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 The blessed Lord, he comes to seek
Poor sinners by the way;
He brings for them the finest wheat,
He comes to seek to-day.

Refrain:
He comes to seek to-day poor sinners by the way,
The lost ones in the wilderness
He comes to seek to-day;
He comes to seek to-day poor sinners by the way,
The lost ones in the wilderness
He comes to seek to-day.

2 He comes with grace so rich and free
To sinners by the way;
He gently says “accept of me,”
He comes to seek to-day. [Refrain]

3 He comes to free from stain of sin
Poor sinners by the way;
He gives to them pure hearts within,
He comes to seek to-day. [Refrain]

4 He comes with loving heart and hand
To sinners by the way;
Oh, won’t you live by his command?
He comes to seek to-day.

5 He comes to make your title clear,
He’s coming now this way;
He’ll take you with himself up there,
He comes to seek to-day.

Source: Songs of Love and Praise No. 4 #53

Author: Charles Bentley

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Text Information

First Line: The blessed Lord, he comes to seek
Author: Charles Bentley
Refrain First Line: He comes to seek today poor sinners by the way

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