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57. Christ Is All in All

1 More Thou art than friend or brother,
Thou art all to me;
Not in earth or heav’n another
Half so dear as Thee.

All in all, O Christ, Thou art,
Thou dost fill my trusting heart;
All in all, O Christ, Thou art,
Thou dost fill my trusting heart.

2 Glad to bring my consecration,
Give my life to Thee;
Glad to know Thy full salvation,
Holier to be. [Chorus]

3 Thou hast washed my soul with whiteness,
I have liberty;
Thou dost fill my life with brightness,
And sincerity. [Chorus]

4 Henceforth Thou my perfect Saviour,
All in all to me;
Walking ever in Thy favor
I Thy face shall see. [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: More Thou art than friend or brother
Title: Christ Is All in All
Author: Rev. John Parker
Refrain First Line: All in all, O Christ, Thou art
Language: English
Publication Date: 1885
Topic: Christ's Name and Grace Extolled
Tune Information
Name: [More Thou art than friend or brother]
Composer: Asa Hull


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