Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.@Matthew 11:28

Lelia N. Morris, in Melodies of Salvation, edited by John R. Sweney & Hugh E. Smith (New York: Eaton & Mains, 1900), number 770 (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Lelia N. Morris (1862–1929)

Just as I am I come to Thee,
Myself I cannot better make;
The precious blood my only plea,
Oh, save me for Thy mercy’s sake.

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Just as I am,
Just as I am I come to Thee;
Oh, hear me, bless me, save me, Lord,
Just as I am I come to Thee.

Just as I am, yet this I know,
The blood will all-sufficient be;
I shall be whiter than the snow,
Made fully whole in trusting Thee.

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Just as I am I come today,
My hungry soul cries out for Thee;
I can no longer stay away,
Thine, wholly Thine, I long to be.

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Just as I am, my Life, my Love,
My soul here finds a perfect rest;
While, like the weary, wandering dove,
Safe folded in Thy love I rest.

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