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1 All my life the Lord hath led me;
All my life his loving care
'Midst the wilderness hath fed me;
Still his hands my ways prepare.
O the debt of love I owe him,
Debt no gold can e'er repay;
If I can but see and know him,
He my sin will wash away.
2 O how tenderly he brought me
O'er the toilsome, dangerous way;
With his own dear blood he bought me;
How can I his love repay? [Refrain]
3 As I am, O Savior, take me!
Though a sinner, save me, Lord!
Cleanse my soul from sin, and make me
Pure in spirit by thy word. [Refrain]Source: The Christian Sunday School Hymnal: a compilation of choice hymns and tunes for Sunday schools #63