Just As I Am Antique Hymn Page Printable

Just As I Am is one of the most beautiful Christian hymns ever written, and it was written about every single human who ever lived. I don’t usually get really “deep” into matters of faith on this blog, but this is really important and I hope each and every one of you will read the lyrics to this old hymn – it holds timeless truth for you...yes, you.
If you have any doubt about whether you need a Savior, trying not sinning for one day….or even 10 minutes.  You can’t do it, but you are welcome to try.  The only thing you need to bring to Christ is yourself…just as you are…asking for forgiveness, and believing that he has the power to save you.
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If I don’t meet you face to face in this life, my hope is I’ll get to hug you in eternity!


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  1. love this old hymn. We sing it at church once in a while as one of the communion hymns. I remember also as a little girl it was sung at my grandpa’s funeral. It was one of his favorite hymns too.

  2. Thank you for that. So lovely what you wrote.
    God’s Blessings

  3. I love the hymns! We never sing them anymore, and kids today don’t know them, which is sort of sad, I think. Thanks for sharing! I would love a hug from you in heaven!!
    Blessings, Diane

  4. This reminds me of the day I came to know Jesus personally. It brings back wonderful memories. Thank you.
    *Smiles and Hugs*

  5. This is another hymn I still here my mom singing:-)

  6. Thank you for posting this beautiful hymn and for all your “Sonday” posts. As a teen I attended a tiny country Baptist church in southern Arkansas. This hymn brought back memories of summer mornings in church with the windows opened wide to catch a breeze,antique ceiling fans humming above,and soft creaks from the screen doors as latecomers slipped quietly in while hymns like this were sung by old and young voices.On summer evenings we would attend revivals and singings at our church and other similar churches. This was summer entertainment for myself and my friends.We would ride horses all afternoon then we would wash up,change from boots and jeans to cotton summer dresses and hurry off to sing those hymns and listen to the minister accompanied by the song of crickets and frogs. Thank you again for taking me back to special memories. You are a blessing.

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