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588. Have Thine Own Way, Lord!

1 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Thou art the potter,
I am the clay.
Mold me and make me
after thy will,
while I am waiting,
yielded and still.

2 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Search me and try me,
Savior today!
Wash me just now, Lord,
wash me just now,
as in thy presence
humbly I bow.

3 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Wounded and weary,
help me I pray!
Power, all power,
surely is thine!
Touch me and heal me,
Savior divine!

4 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Hold o'er my being
absolute sway.
Fill with thy Spirit
till all shall see
Christ only, always,
living in me!

Text Information
First Line: Have thine own way, Lord!
Title: Have Thine Own Way, Lord!
Author: Adelaide A. Pollard (1902)
Meter: 54.54D
Language: English
Publication Date: 1995
Topic: Life of Discipleship: Prayer and Guidance; God's Church: Life of Discipleship: Prayer and Guidance; Acceptance of Christ (4 more...)
Tune Information
Name: ADELAIDE
Composer: George C. Stebbins (1907)
Meter: 54.54D
Key: E♭ Major



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