This Streams of Mercy sticker is a great way to bring God into your life every day. The sticker measures 1.6" x 2.5" and made of a durable vinyl, making it perfect for laptops, water bottles, to-do boards, lockers, and more. It makes a great and affordable gift for youth and ministering friends. Our vinyl stickers are both waterproof and removable, leaving no sticky residue on important surfaces. These stickers are not acid-free.
"Come Thou fount of every blessing
Tune my heart to sing Thy grace
Streams of mercy never ceasing
Call for songs of loudest praise."
Robert Robinson wrote the song Come Thou Fount to accompany his sermon for Pentecost Sunday in 1858 when he was twenty years old two years after converting to the Methodist Church. Before his conversion, Robert was a troublemaker and attended a Methodist sermon with the intention to mock the preacher, but upon hearing the sermon a profound change occurred within him and caused Robert to seek out a better life. This story is reminiscent of the story of Alma the Younger in the Book of Mormon, another young troublemaker who eventually went through a mighty change of heart and became devoted to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.