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3115. Covenant Prayer

1 Lord, I am not mine, but yours alone.
Let your will be done and not my own.
Put me where you will, and let me serve;
in everything I do, let me endure.

Refrain:
This is my prayer, Lord, to you.
My promise and my vow, strong and true.
And the covenant I make on earth,
let it be fulfilled in heaven. Amen.

2 Father, Son, and Spirit hear my cry,
forever I am yours, and you are mine.
Father son, and Spirit hear my cry,
forever I am yours and you are mine. [Refrain]

Bridge:
Let me be employed for you,
laid aside for you,
lifted high for you or brought low,
Let me be full, let me empty.
Let me have all things or nothing.

3 Lord, I am not mine, but yours alone.
Let your will be done and not my own.
Put me where you will, and let me serve;
in everything I do, let me endure. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Lord, I am not mine, but yours alone
Title: Covenant Prayer
Author: John Wesley
Meter: Irr.
Language: English
Publication Date: 2011
Scripture: ;
Topic: Covenant; Creation; Cries (18 more...)
Tune Information
Name: COVENANT
Composer: Jay D. Locklear
Composer: Adam Seate
Meter: Irr.
Key: F Major
Copyright: © 2008 Jay D. Locklear and Adam Seate



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