426. All you that are weary and sad, come

1 All you that are weary and sad, come
And you that are cheerful and glad, come;
In robes of humility clad, come;
The Saviour invites you to-day.
In robes of humility clad, come;
The Saviour invites you to-day.

2 Let youth in its freshness and bloom, come;
Let man in the pride of his noon come;
Let age on the verge of the tomb come;
Let none in his pride stay away.

3 Let the halt, and the maimed, and the blind come;
Let all who are freely inclined come;
With humble and peaceable mind, come
Away from the waters of strife.

4 The Spirit and Bride freely say, Come!
Let him that now heareth it say, Come!
Let all that are thirsty, to-day come,
And drink of the Fountain of Life.

Text Information
First Line: All you that are weary and sad, come
Author: Anon.
Publication Date: 1886
Topic: The Sinner: Warning and Invitation
Tune Information
Name: FOUNTAIN OF LIFE
Composer: Unknown
Meter: P. M.
Key: G Major or modal



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