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461. If thou impart thyself to me

1 If thou impart thyself to me,
No other good I need;
If thou, the Son, shalt me make free,
I shall be free indeed.

2 I can not rest till in thy blood
I full redemption have;
But thou, through whom I come to God,
Canst to the utmost save.

3 From sin--the guilt, the power, the pain--
Thou wilt redeem my soul;
Lord, I believe--and not in vain--
My faith shall make me whole.

4 I, too, with thee, shall walk in white;
With all thy saints shall prove
The length and depth and breadth and height
Of everlasting love.

Text Information
First Line: If thou impart thyself to me
Author: C. Wesley
Meter: C. M.
Publication Date: 1873
Scripture: ; ; ; ;
Topic: The Christian System: Adoption And Sanctification; Perfect Freedom and Holiness
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