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454. Jesus, Thy Boundless Love to Me

1 Jesus, thy boundless love to me
no thought can reach, no tongue declare;
O knit my thankful heart to thee,
and reign without a rival there;
thine wholly thine alone, I am:
Lord, let thy love my heart inflame.

12 O grant that nothing in my soul
may dwell but thy pure love alone;
O may thy love possess me whole,
my joy, my treasure, and my crown!
All coldness from my heart remove;
my ev'ry act, word, thought be love.

3 O Love, how cheering is thy ray!
All pain before thy presence flies;
care, anguish, sorrow melt away
where'er thy healing beams arise:
O Jesus, nothing may I see,
nothing desire or seek, but thee.

4 Still let thy love point out my way,
how wondrous things thy love hath wrought;
still lead me lest I go astray;
direct my word, inspire mythogut;
and if I fall, soon may I hear
thy voice, and know that love is near.

Text Information
First Line: Jesus, thy boundless love to me
Title: Jesus, Thy Boundless Love to Me
Author: Paul Gerhardt (1653)
Translator: John Wesley (1739, alt.)
Publication Date: 1985
Scripture: Psalm 5:8
Topic: Faith and Aspiration
Tune Information
Harmonizer: Eric H. Thiman (1951)
Composer (melody): G. Walton (1853)
Composer (melody): H. F. Hemy (1853)
Key: G Major

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