1 I bring to thee my heart to fill;
I feel how weak I am, but still
To thee for help I call.
In joy or grief, to live or die,
For earth or Heaven, this is my cry,
Be thou my all in all.
Christ is all, yes, all in all,
My Christ is all in all.
2 Around me in the world I see
No joy that turns my soul from thee;
Its honours fade and fall;
But with thee, though I mount the cross,
I count it gain to suffer loss,
For thou art all in all.
3 I’ve little strength to call my own,
And what I’ve done, before thy throne
I here confess, is small;
But on thy strength, O God, I lean,
And through the blood that makes me clean,
Thou art my all in all.
4 No tempest can my courage shake,
My love from thee no pain can take,
No fear my heart appal;
And where I cannot see I’ll trust,
For then I know thou surely must
Be still my all in all.
Herbert Henry Howard Booth (26 August 1862 – 25 September 1926) was the third son of William and Catherine Booth. He oversaw the Limelight Department's development and he was the writer and director for Soldiers of the Cross.
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Display Title: Christ is all, yes, all in allFirst Line: I bring to thee my heart to fillAuthor: Herbert Howard Booth (1862-1926); W. H. WilliamsDate: 1986Subject: The life of holiness | Consecration and service