Come and rejoice with me

Come and rejoice with me!
For once my heart was poor,
And I have found a treasury
Of love, a boundless store.
Come and rejoice with me!
I, once so sick at heart,
Have met with One who knows my case,
And knows the healing art.
Come and rejoice with me!
For I was wearied sore,
And I have found a mighty arm
Which holds me evermore.
Come and rejoice with me!
My feet so wide did roam,
And One has brought me from afar,
To find in Him my home.
Come and rejoice with me!
For I have found a Friend
Who knows my heart's most secret depths,
Yet loves me without end.
I knew not of His love;
And He had loved so long,
With love so faithful and so deep,
So tender and so strong.
And now I know it all,
Have heard and known His voice,
And hear it still from day to day.
Can I enough rejoice?
Becky Sanchez

Alsip, IL, United States

One who knows my case

And knows the healing art

Chris Abraham

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

“Come and rejoice with me!

For I was wearied sore,

And I have found a mighty arm

Which holds me evermore. ”

Glory Jung

Cypress, CA, United States

Who knows my heart..

Ray Stump

Irving, Texas, United States

Melodee and I chose this as one of our wedding hymns in 1982. Can I enough rejoice that from a boundless store of love, our Lord invited me this morning to come and rejoice with Him?

Andrea Villanueva

Tacoma, WA, United States

Singing this hymn this morning, So deeply touching! Seeing saints I recognize in the comments (from Nashville)... What a rich prevailing flow of unstoppable Life we've all been baptized into together... Oh Lord. You Are indeed completing the good work in us You've begun! One might flow of God, from the Throne to the City! We love You Lord and worship You with One Voice!

Anne Cook

Cheadle, United Kingdom

Very moving and heart-warming, when it is a true testimony of God's grace in the heart of the singer.

Larry Stevenson

Port Saint Lucie, FL, United States

I enjoyed singing this hymn with my time with the Lord this morning. He knows my heart's most secret depths, yet loves me without end. Lord Jesus I love You.

Rick Puncochar

Nashville, TN, United States

I learned this hymn over 40 years ago and tonight will share it with our neighborhood group and we will all learn it and sing together. A rich tribute to our Lord.

Collins Ezebuihe

Burtonsville, MD, United States

Let us pray and sing to Jehovah—the El Elyon, Jehovah Shalom, Jehovah Nisi, Jehovah Jireh. Let us glorify Jesus with songs like this everyday.

Let us rejoice, for Christ has freed us from bondage.

Steve Miller

Detroit, MI

Daughter of John Rundle and wife of Andrew P. Charles, Elizabeth was a Brethren hymn writer who authored numerous books, wrote hymns, and translated hymns from Latin and German. She published these hymns and poems in 1858, 1859, and 1867 in various publications. - Songs of the Spirit by Martin