Come, Lord Jesus
    Footnotes

    “Come, Lord Jesus,” Liahona, Oct. 2012, 62

    Come, Lord Jesus

    Simply

    music, Come, Lord Jesus

    Come, Lord Jesus, to the manger;

    May we see Thy tender face?

    Great Creator, here a stranger,

    Infant in this humble place.

    Darkness scatter, morning swell;

    Come, dear Lord Immanuel.

    Come, Lord Jesus, to the manger,

    Come, Lord Jesus, come!

    Come, Lord Jesus, to the wounded,

    Broken heart and bended knee.

    Worthy Lamb, Thy love unbounded,

    Bid our souls to rest in Thee.

    Come in glory to the earth;

    Come to us to rule and reign.

    Ready us to kneel and greet Thee;

    Come, Lord Jesus, come!

    Come, Lord Jesus, great Redeemer,

    Light of morning from the East.

    We will be Thy children ever;

    Dry our tears, all weeping cease!

    Come in glory to the earth;

    Come to us to rule and reign.

    Ready us to kneel and greet Thee;

    Come, Lord Jesus, come!

    Savior of the World: His Birth and Resurrection was written and composed under the direction of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

    Background: The Second Coming, by Harry Anderson © IRI