All my doubts I give to Jesus

All my doubts I give to Jesus

Author: John C. Morgan
Tune: [All my doubts I give to Jesus] (Stebbins)
Published in 44 hymnals

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1 All my doubts I give to Jesus:
I’ve His gracious promise heard.
I shall never be confounded;
I am trusting in his word.

Refrain:
Trusting, solely trusting,
Trusting in is word:
Trusting, solely trusting,
I’m trusting in his word.

2 All my fears I give to Jesus:
Rest, my weary soul, on Him!
Though my way be hid in darkness,
Never can his light grow dim. [Refrain]

3 All my sin I lay on Jesus:
He doth wash me in His blood;
He will keep me pure and holy;
He will bring me home to God. [Refrain]

4 All in all I have in Jesus:
Poor, yet rich as cherubim;
Ignorant and full of weakness,
Heav’n’s own store I find in him. [Refrain]

Source: The Helper in Sacred Song: for Sunday-schools, churches, and devotional services #128

Author: John C. Morgan

John Coleman Morgan MD USA 1831-1899. Born in Philadelphia, PA, he attended school and became a drug clerk, then a surgeon’s steward in the U.S. Navy. In 1850 he matriculated to PA Medical University, graduating in 1852, studying medicine and homeopathics. He was appointed professor of Materia Medica at PMU. In 1856 he married Sallie Levick of Philadelphia and relocated to Hamilton, IL, finding insufficient infrastructure to practice his medical discipline. He then moved to St. Louis, MO, where in 1857 he co-founded the Homeopathic Medical College of MO. In 1858 he settled in Alton, IL, and, under mentorship of William T Babb, had a surgeon’s commission with the 29th MO Infantry Volunteers during the Civil War. In 1865 he return… Go to person page >

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First Line: All my doubts I give to Jesus
Author: John C. Morgan
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Trusting, trusting, trusting
Copyright: Public Domain

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