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9275. Go And Tell Jesus

1 Go and tell Jesus, weary, sin-sick soul;
He’ll ease thee of thy burden, make thee whole;
Look up to Him, He only can forgive;
Believe on Him, and thou shalt surely live.

Refrain:
Go and tell Jesus, He only can forgive;
Go and tell Jesus, O turn to Him and live;
Go and tell Jesus, go and tell Jesus,
Go and tell Jesus, He only can forgive.

2 Go and tell Jesus, when your sins arise,
Like mountains of deep guilt before your eyes;
His blood was spilt, His precious life He gave,
That mercy, peace and pardon you might have. [Refrain]

3 Go and tell Jesus, He’ll dispel thy fears,
Will calm thy doubts, and wipe away your tears;
He’ll take thee in His arms, and on His breast
Thou mayst be happy, and for ever rest. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Go and tell Jesus, weary, sin-sick soul
Title: Go And Tell Jesus
Author: Selina S. Gibbs (1863)
Refrain First Line: Go and tell Jesus, weary, sin-sick soul;
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Go and tell Jesus, weary, sin-sick soul]
Composer: Theodore Freylinghuysen Seward (1864)
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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