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Hymn score of: Go to Jesus when you're weary - Go to Jesus, tell him all (Alexander B. Grosart/Johannes Thomas Rüegg)

Original from: Sunday at Home 1887, 45.

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Go to Jesus when you're weary - Go to Jesus, tell him all (Alexander B. Grosart/Johannes Thomas Rüegg)

Go to Jesus, tell him all.

1. Go to Jesus when you're weary,
  and your sky is gray and dreary;
low before his footstool fall:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all. (PDF - Midi)

2. Go to Jesus when you're glowing
  with the first love's tidal flowing;
welcome sweet and welcome gall:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

3. Go to Jesus when you're troubled,
  when your daily task seems doubled;
though to others it be small,
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

4. Go to Jesus when you're sighing
  o'er some loved one slowly dying;
let your faith lift up the pall:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

5. Go to Jesus when you're striving,
  keen temptations on you driving;
he will guard you as a wall:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

6. Go to Jesus when you're tossing,
  with dark doubts your pathway crossing,
vexed and driven like any ball;
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

7. Go to Jesus when you're worried,
  when by cares your heart is hurried;
at his feet upon him call;
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

8. Go to Jesus when you're lifted,
  all your sin-load on him shifted;
running, where you erst did crawl:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

9. Go to Jesus when you're lonely,
  past your hour, yourself left only;
think of him laid in the stall:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

10. Go to Jesus when you're under
  heavy cross and wrath-like thunder;
look to him, let naught appal:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

11. Go to Jesus when you're nearing
  vale of shadows – all men's fearing:
then his rod and staff recall:
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

12. Go to Jesus when you're feeling
  airs of heaven around you stealing;
joy or grief, whate'er befall,
  tell him all, yea, tell him all.

Alexander B. Grosart, Sunday at Home 1887, 45. Slightly revised, see the above picture.

           en4: PDF - Midi