Song My Feet Are Worn And Weary
Album The Christian Hymn Book
Genre Traditional Christian Hymns
Writer(s) A. Campbell And Others
Publisher / Copyrights
Tags My Feet Are Worn And Weary
Theme(s) Aspirations
Scripture Reference(s)
CCLI Song No

My Feet Are Worn And Weary With The March
O’er The Rough Road And Up The Steep Hill-Side;
O City Of Our God! I Fain Would See
Thy Pastures Green, Where Peaceful Waters Glide.

My Hands Are Worn And Weary, Toiling On,
Day After Day, For Perishable Meat;
O City Of Our God! I Fain Would Rest
I Sigh To Gain Thy Glorious Mercy-Seat.

My Garments, Travel-Worn And Stained With Dust,
Oft Rent By Briers And Thorns That Crowd My Way,
Would Fain Be Made, O Lord, My Righteousness!
Spotless And White In Heaven’s Unclouded Ray.

My Eyes Are Weary Looking At The Sin,
Impiety, And Scorn Upon The Earth;
O City Of Our God! Within Thy Walls
All All Are Clothed Again With Thy New Birth.

My Heart Is Weary Of Its Own Deep Sin
Sinning, Repenting, Sinning Still Again;
When Shall My Soul Thy Glorious Presence Feel,
And Find, Dear Saviour, It Is Free From Stain?

Patience, Poor Soul! The Saviour’s Feet Were Worn;
The Saviour’s Heart And Hands Were Weary Too;
His Garments Stained, And Travel-Worn, And Old;
His Vision Blinded With A Pitying Dew.

Love Thou The Path Of Sorrow That He Trod;
Toil On, And Wait In Patience For Thy Rest:
O City Of Our God! We Soon Shall See
Thy Glorious Walls Home Of The Loved And Blest.

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