“Therefore let us draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.” | Hebrews 4:16

Lyrics by Daniel Herbert, 1838.
Music by Clint Wells and Brian T. Murphy, 2004

Come boldly to the throne of grace,
Ye wretched sinners come;
And lay your load at Jesus’ feet,
And plead what He has done.
“How can I come?” Some soul may say,
“I’m lame and cannot walk;
My guilt and sin have stopped my mouth;
I sigh, but dare not talk.”
Come boldly to the throne of grace,
Though lost, and blind, and lame;
Jehovah is the sinner’s Friend,
And ever was the same.
He makes the dead to hear His voice;
He makes the blind to see;
The sinner lost He came to save,
And set the prisoner free.
Come boldly to the throne of grace,
For Jesus fills the throne;
And those He kills He makes alive;
He hears the sigh or groan.
Poor bankrupt souls, who feel and know
The hell of sin within,
Come boldly to the throne of grace;
The Lord will take you in.

Our friend Jared Jensen (worship leader at Lake Grove Presbyterian Church, Portland, Oregon) leading worship. 

© 2005 Red Mountain Music