O, come and a dear Savior meet

There comes to my heart, in a still, quiet way

Author: Myron W. Morse
Tune: [There comes to my heart, in a still, quiet way]
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1 There comes to my heart, in a still, quiet way,
A voice that is tender and sweet;
And in tones full of love it is saying today,
Oh, come and a dear Saviour meet.

Oh, come and a dear Saviour meet,
Yes, come and a dear Saviour meet;
And in tones full of love it is saying today,
Oh, come and a dear Saviour meet.

2 What then shall I say to this Friend waiting here,
A penitent sinner to greet?
For a voice full of love gently falls on my ear,
To come and a dear Saviour meet.

Oh, come and a dear Saviour meet,
Yes, come and a dear Saviour meet;
For a voice full of love gently falls on my ear,
To come and a dear Saviour meet.

3 Then gladly I’ll come and surrender my all,
And find blessed rest at his feet;
I am sure that to me comes the still, quiet call,
To come and a dear Saviour meet.

Oh, come and a dear Saviour meet,
Yes, come and a dear Saviour meet;
I am sure that to me comes the still, quiet call,
To come and a dear Saviour meet.

Source: Songs of Love and Praise No. 4 #103

Author: Myron W. Morse

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First Line: There comes to my heart, in a still, quiet way
Title: O, come and a dear Savior meet
Author: Myron W. Morse

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Songs of Love and Praise No. 4 #103

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