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614. Redeemed from guilt, redeemed from fears

1 Redeemed from guilt, redeemed from fears,
My soul enlarged, and dried my tears,
What can I do, O Love Divine,
What, to repay such gifts as thine?

2 What can I do, so poor, so weak,
But from thy hands new blessings seek,
A heart to feel thy mercies more,
A soul to know thee, and adore?

3 Oh, teach me at thy feet to fall,
And yield thee up myself, my all!
Before thy saints my debts to own,
And live and die to thee alone!

4 Thy Spirit, Lord, at large impart,
Expand and raise and fill my heart!
So may I hope my life shall be
Some faint return, O Lord, to thee.

Text Information
First Line: Redeemed from guilt, redeemed from fears
Author: Lyle
Meter: L. M.
Publication Date: 1873
Topic: The Christian Life: Consecration and Activity; What shall I Render unto Thee
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