I bring thee, dear Jesus, my all

I bring thee, dear Jesus, my all

Author: Frederick Booth-Tucker
Published in 2 hymnals

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I BRING thee, dear Jesus, my all,
Nor hold back from thee any part;
Obedient to thy welcome call,
I yield thee the whole of my heart.

Refrain:
O speak, O speak while before thee I pray!
And, O Lord, just what seemeth thee good
Reveal, and my heart shall obey.

2 Perverse, stubborn once was my will,
My feet ran in self-chosen ways;
Thy pleasure henceforth to fulfil,
I’ll spend all the rest of my days.

3 The doubts that have darkened my soul,
The shame and the fears that I hate,
O banish, and bid me be whole,
A clean heart within me create!

4 O give me a heart that is true,
Unspotted and pure in thy sight,
A love that would anything do,
A life given up to the fight!


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #422

Author: Frederick Booth-Tucker

Commissioner Frederick St. George de Lautour Booth-Tucker, OF (21 March 1853 – 17 July 1929) was a senior Salvation Army officer of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the son in law of General William Booth, the Army's Founder. See also in: Wikipedia  Go to person page >

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First Line: I bring thee, dear Jesus, my all
Author: Frederick Booth-Tucker
Refrain First Line: O speak, while before thee I pray

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