Low before the throne again,
Weary of the dross within
Sick of self and hating sin,
Come, Precious Saviour, come
Running to the Mighty Tower
In this battle’s fiercest hour
Oh to feel the Spirit’s power
Come, Precious Saviour, come.
Full of pride and fraught with doubt
Encompassed with our fears about
Lust within, enticed without
Come, Precious Saviour, come.
Justified before the Throne
Dressed in lustre, not our own
Reaping Joy we had not sown
Come, precious Saviour, come.
Darkness still indwelling me,
Sin within, yet still made free,
Turn, and our Redeemer see
Come, Precious Saviour, come.
Weary of being led astray,
We run to Jesus day by day
Son of God, light Thou our way
Come, Precious Saviour, come.


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