Who comes to me, the Savior said

Who comes to me, the Savior said

Author: William Kitching
Published in 2 hymnals

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WHO comes to me, the Saviour said,
To him I freely give
Eternal life; though he were dead
Yet henceforth shall he live.
His life shall be with gladness filled,
His treasure is on high,
Bright sunshine shall his pathway gild
And he shall never die.

Refrain:
The Saviour now will give,
The Saviour now will give,
Eternal life to all who seek,
The Saviour now will give.

2 Who comes to me, the Saviour said,
That soul will I supply
With portions of that living bread
Which riches cannot buy.
That soul shall never hunger more,
But filled shall ever be
With plenty from the unfailing store
He ever finds in me.

3 Who comes to me, the Saviour said,
Shall constantly partake
The stream that from the fountain-head
Alone his thirst can slake.
Who seeks in faith that fountain pure,
His freshness shall retain,
Shall peace and happiness ensure
And never thirst again.

4 Who comes to me, the Saviour said,
And follows where I lead,
Shall see my light upon him shed
And in my pastures feed.
No more shall darkness cloud his way,
My love his fear shall quell,
The gloom that once obscured his day
My presence shall dispel.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #277

Author: William Kitching

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First Line: Who comes to me, the Savior said
Author: William Kitching
Refrain First Line: The Savior now will give

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