Come unto Me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.@Matthew 11:28
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Jacob H. Hall (1855-1941)

Laura E. Newell, in Crowning Day No. 3, edited by Jacob Hall et al. (Dayton, Virginia: The Ruebush-Kieffer Company, 1898), number 2.

Jacob H. Hall (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Laura E. Newell (1854-1916)

Have you heard the invitation?
Jesus says, Come unto Me,
Come to Me, O, come to Me.

’Tis the message of salvation,
That the Master brings to thee,
Come to Me, O, come to Me.

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Come to Me, O, come to Me;
Jesus says, Come unto Me.
Weary heart, for refuge flee
Unto Christ who calleth thee.

There are blessèd many mansions
Waiting for the pure and true;
Come to Me, O, come to Me.
There in Heaven’s green expansions
Hear the Savior call to you,
Come to Me, O, come to Me.

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Heavy laden, or aweary,
Jesus says, In Me find rest,
Come to Me, O come to Me.

Does your path in life seem dreary?
By His love you may be blest,
Come to Me, O, come to Me.

Refrain

Time is short, and days are fleeting,
Heed the message, Come to Me,
Come to Me, O, come to Me.

O, the joy of yonder greeting,
In the home beyond the sea,
Come to Me, O, come to Me.

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