O THOU, WHOM ONCE THEY FLOCKED TO HEAR

1.O THOU, whom once they flocked to hear,

Thy words to hear. Thy power to feel; 

Suffer the sinners to draw near, 

And graciously receive us still


2.They that be whole. Thyself hast said, 

No need of a physician have; 

But I am sick, and want Thine aid, 

And want Thine utmost power to save.


3.Thy power,and truth,and love divine, 

The same from age to age endure; 

A word, a gracious word of Thine, 

The most inveterate plague can cure.


4.Helpless howe'er my spirit lies,

And long hath languished at the pool, 

A word of Thine shall make me rise, 

And speak me in a moment whole.


5.Make this the acceptable hour; 

Come,O my soul's physician Thou! 

Display Thy sanctifying power, 

And show me Thy salvation now. 

Amen.


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