Song Jesu, If Still Thou Art To-Day
Album Christian Hymnal – Series 2
Genre Praise & Worship
Publisher / Copyrights John Wesley’s Collection of Hymns
Tags Jesu, If Still Thou Art To-Day
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Jesu, If Still Thou Art To-Day
As Yesterday The Same,
Present To Heal, In Me Display
The Virtue Of Thy Name.

If Still Thou Goest About To Do
Thy Needy Creatures Good
On Me, That I Thy Praise May Show,
Be All Thy Wonders Showed.

Now, Lord, To Whom For Help I Call,
Thy Miracles Repeat;
With Pitying Eyes Behold Me Fall
A Leper At Thy Feet.

Loathsome, And Vile, And Self-Abhorred
I Sink Beneath My Sin;
But, If Thou Wilt, A Gracious Word
Of Thine Can Make Me Clean.

Thou Seest Me Deaf To Thy Command,
Open, O Lord, My Ear;
Bid Me Stretch Out My Withered Hand,
And Lift It Up In Prayer.

Silent, (Alas! Thou Know’st How Long)
My Voice I Cannot Raise;
But O! When Thou Shalt Loose My Tongue,
The Dumb Shall Sing Thy Praise.

Lame At The Pool I Still Am Found;
Give, And My Strength Employ;
Light As A Hart I Then Shall Bound,
The Lame Shall Leap For Joy.

Blind From My Birth To Guilt And Thee,
And Dark I Am Within;
The Love Of God I Cannot See,
The Sinfulness Of Sin.

But Thou, They Say, Art Passing By;
O Let Me Find Thee Near!
Jesu, In Mercy Hear My Cry,
Thou Son Of David, Hear!

Behold Me Waiting In The Way
For Thee, The Heavenly Light;
Command Me To Be Brought, And Say
“Sinner, Receive Thy Sight!”

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