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With my faint, weary soul

With my faint, weary soul

Author: W. H. Burrell
Published in 10 hymnals

Representative Text

1 With my faint, weary soul to be made fully whole,
And thy perfect salvation to see,
With my heart all aglow to be washed white as snow,
I am coming, dear Saviour, to thee.

Refrain:
I’m coming (*to thee), I’m coming, dear Saviour, to thee,
With my heart all aglow to be washed white as snow,
I’m coming, dear Saviour, to thee.

2 I thy promise believe, that in thee I shall live,
Through thy blood shed so freely for me;
To obtain a pure heart and secure the good part,
I am coming, dear Saviour, to thee.

3 All to thee now I give, thine to die, thine to live,
Crucified to the world e’er to be;
To be dead unto sin, with a new life within,
I am coming, dear Saviour, to thee.

4 To be thine, wholly thine, precious Saviour divine,
With my all consecrated to thee,
To be kept every hour by thy love’s wondrous power,
I am coming, dear Saviour, to thee.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #469

Author: W. H. Burrell

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First Line: With my faint, weary soul
Author: W. H. Burrell
Refrain First Line: Coming to thee

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #469

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