Your Sunday Hymn: Come To The Water

Lakeland College Choir sings Come To The Water – a beautiful hymn about God providing (from Isaiah 55).

Lyrics:

1. O let all who thirst,
let them come to the water.
And let all who have nothing,
let them come to the Lord:
without money, without price.
Why should you pay the price,
except for the Lord?

2. And let all who seek,
let them come to the water.
And let all who have nothing,
let them come to the Lord:
without money, without strife.
Why should you spend your life,
except for the Lord?

3. And let all who toil,
let them come to the water.
And let all who are weary,
let them come to the Lord:
all who labor, without rest.
How can your soul find rest,
except for the Lord?

4. And let all the poor,
let them come to the water,
Bring the ones who are laden,
bring them all to the Lord:
bring the children without might.
Easy the load and light:
come to the Lord.

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2 Responses to “Your Sunday Hymn: Come To The Water”

  1. Larry Says:

    Thanks for sharing that was beautiful Unfortunately I believe that these are the lyrics that should accompany the song (the reference is correct).

    1. O let all who thirst,
    let them come to the water.
    And let all who have nothing,
    let them come to the Lord:
    without money, without price.
    Why should you pay the price,
    except for the Lord?

    2. And let all who seek,
    let them come to the water.
    And let all who have nothing,
    let them come to the Lord:
    without money, without strife.
    Why should you spend your life,
    except for the Lord?

    3. And let all who toil,
    let them come to the water.
    And let all who are weary,
    let them come to the Lord:
    all who labor, without rest.
    How can your soul find rest,
    except for the Lord?

    4. And let all the poor,
    let them come to the water,
    Bring the ones who are laden,
    bring them all to the Lord:
    bring the children without might.
    Easy the load and light:
    come to the Lord.

  2. nicedeb Says:

    Thanks Larry. I should have noticed I had the wrong lyrics, but got sloppy in my haste, last night. I made the correction.


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