Let fall your rain upon me Jesus,
Your Word it comes and softens me,
Falling, falling raining ever,
Drawing me eternally.
Jesus, Saviour, Lord, Redeemer,
Trying, drawing, lifting me,
Ever calling, calling yonder,
Come away, away with Me.
How my God, could I refuse Him?
This my Saviour, yet my Lord,
ĎAllí He asks, He beckons ever,
I bow before Almighty God.
My Beloved He will melt me,
Nearer yet to Him Iíll come,
Leaning ever on His shoulder,
This My Lordís beloved Son.
Your Word is falling ever falling,
Calling me to come within,
The veil is rent the way is open,
ĎCome beyond, come unto Himí.
My Redeemer I will see You,
Yet Iíll see You face to face,
Just a glimmer Iím now beholding,
Pressing on Iíll run the race.
Iíll enter in, into His Throne Room,
Drawing nearer to His heart,
Letting all the world around me,
Fall away, set me apart.
I cannot serve both God and mammon,
Riches, idols will not suffice,
My God He asks my all my Ďeveryí,
My total, allÖ my sacrifice.
Laying now upon the altar,
Yet Iíll see Him face to face,
Pressing forward, yielding ever,
Forging onward by His grace.
All the while His hand upholds me,
How could I serve Him lest He give,
All that I require to please Him,
Grace amazing, grace to live?
Enter in, arise and worship,
In the Throne Room, see Him there,
Found at last, eternal purpose,
Eternity with Him Iíll share.
Now I see my Blessed Saviour,
Bowing at His feet, I come,
Precious Father, blessed Jesus,
Now Youíve brought me safely home.
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