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2708. In Age and Feebleness Extreme

In age and feebleness extreme,
Who shall a helpless worm redeem?
Jesus, my only hope Thou art,
Strength of my failing flesh and heart:
O could I catch one smile from Thee,
And drop into eternity!

Text Information
First Line: In age and feebleness extreme
Title: In Age and Feebleness Extreme
Author: Charles Wesley (1788)
Meter: LM
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Notes: This hymn was ...composed by Charles Wesley in extreme old age. [It] was his last utterance in verse, and was dictated on his death-bed (Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church with Tunes: New York, Eaton & Mains, 1878), p. 422).
Tune Information
Name: VALE
Meter: LM
Incipit: 33544 31233 33354
Key: E♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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