1 Clothed with sweet humility,
Let me dwell, dear Lord, in thee;
Like the deep and rolling sea,
Let its waters cover me.
Wondrous grace so rich and free!
Let me e’er in thee abide,
Covered by thy crystal tide.
2 Flowers bloom, then fade away,
Earthly joys so soon decay;
Lasting treasures e’er, I pray,
To my trusting soul convey. [Refrain]
3 Precious more art thou than gold,
Better far than earthly mold;
Thou containest joys untold,
Pleasures rich and manifold [Refrain]
4 Could I e’er in thee abide,
Meekly in thy bosom hide,
Storm nor tempest could betide—
Boundless ocean, deep and wide. [Refrain]
Source: Truth in Song: for General Gospel Work #89
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|Truth in Song: for General Gospel Work #89||The Grace of Humility||Clothed with sweet humility||[Clothed with sweet humility]||Clara McAlister||1907||Humility ||