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659. A Charge to Keep I Have

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1 A charge to keep I have,
a God to glorify,
a never-dying soul to save,
and fit it for the sky.

2 To serve the present age,
my calling to fulfill,
O may it all my powers engage
to do my Master's will!

3 Arm me with watchful care
as in thy sight to live,
and oh, thy servant, Lord,
prepare a strict account to give!

4 Help me to watch and pray,
and still on thee rely,
O let me not my trust betray,
but press to realms on high.

Text Information
First Line: A charge to keep I have
Title: A Charge to Keep I Have
Author: Charles Wesley (1762, alt.)
Publication Date: 1990
Meter: S.M.
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Commissioning Service; Conscience
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: BOYLSTON
Composer: Lowell Mason (1832)
Meter: S.M.
Key: C Major



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