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240. Come, Come to Him Now

1 There is a Savior waiting,
Earnest in His call;
Why be hesitating?
Welcome are one and all!
Long the world you’ve been trying,
Trying its pleasure and sin;
Blind to the fact that you’re dying,
To His rich banquet come in!

Chorus:
Come, come to Him now!
Come, come to Him now!
All welcome to Jesus:
Come, come to Him now!

2 Pardon He gives, salvation,
Life eternal, peace;
Hear the proclamation,
Giving the slave release!
“Wine and milk without money!”
All that you need “without price!”
Words that are “sweeter than honey,”
Jesus the heart doth suffice. [Chorus]

3 Come, and till life is ended,
Earth forever gone,
Serve Him, now ascended!
Living for Him alone.
Here we wait His returning,
Back He has promised to come;
Oh, that our lamps may be burning,
Burning till He call us home! [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: There is a Savior waiting
Title: Come, Come to Him Now
Author: Anon.
Refrain First Line: Come, come to Him now
Language: English
Publication Date: 1944
Tune Information
Name: [There is a Savior waiting]
Composer: H. R. Palmer



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