"Come unto Me, Ye Weary" by William C. Dix, 1837-1898 Text From: THE HANDBOOK TO THE LUTHERAN HYMNAL (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1942) p. 203 1. "Come unto Me, ye weary, And I will give you rest." O blessed voice of Jesus, Which comes to hearts opprest! It tells of benediction, Of pardon, grace, and peace, Of joy that hath no ending, Of love which cannot cease. 2. "Come unto Me, ye wanderers; And I will give you light." 0 loving voice of Jesus, Which comes to cheer the night! Our hearts were filled with sadness, And we had lost our way; But Thou hast brought us gladness And songs at break of day. 3. "Come unto Me, ye fainting, And I will give you life." 0 cheering voice of Jesus, Which comes to aid our strife! The Foe is stern and eager, The fight is fierce and long; But Thou hast made us mighty And stronger than the strong. 4. And whosoever cometh, I will not cast him out." O patient love of Jesus, Which drives away our doubt, Which, though we be unworthy Of love so great and free, Invites us very sinners To come, dear Lord, to Thee!This text was converted to ascii format for Project Wittenberg by Cindy A. Beesley and is in the public domain. You may freely distribute, copy or print this text. Please direct any comments or suggestions to: Rev. Robert E. Smith of the Walther Library at Concordia Theological Seminary. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes from _The Lutheran Hymnal_ Hymn #276 from _The Handbook to the Lutheran Hymnal_ Text: John 6:37 Author: William C. Dix, 1867 Composer: Friedrich K. Anthes, 1847 Tune: "Anthes"
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