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I will love thee, all my treasure

Representative Text

1 I will love Thee, all my treasure,
I will love Thee all my strength;
I will love Thee without measure,
And without a stain at length.

Refrain:
I will love in joy or sorrow,
While I in this body dwell;
I will love today, tomorrow,
With a love no tongue can tell.

2 I will praise Thee, Sun of Glory!
For the bliss Thy beams have bro't;
I will praise Thee, will adore Thee,
For the light I long have sought. [Refrain]

3 Be my heart more warmly glowing,
Sweet and calm the tears I shed;
And its love, its ardor showing,
Let my spirit onward tread. [Refrain]

Source: Triumphant Songs No.4 #59

Author: Angelus Silesius

Pen name of Johann Scheffler… Go to person page >

Translator: Sarah B. Findlater

Sarah Laurie Borthwick Findlater (1823-1907) sister of Jane Laurie Borthwick was born in Edinburgh, where her father managed the North British Insurance Office. Sarah married Eric John Findlater, a pastor in the Free Church of Scotland. Findlater and her sister Jane’s English translations were collected in German Hymns from the Land of Luther, which appeared in four volumes (1854-1862), --The Presbyterian Hymnal Companion  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: I will love thee, all my treasure
Author: Angelus Silesius
Translator: Sarah B. Findlater
Language: English

Timeline

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A Selection of Spiritual Songs for the Sunday School #d109

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A Selection of Spiritual Songs #15

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Carmina Sanctorum, a selection of hymns and songs of praise with tunes #351

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Carmina Sanctorum #351

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Chapel Treasures (Christ Chapel Sabbath-School, Lebanon, PA) #185

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Hallowed Songs #374

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Hymnal of the Presbyterian Church #452

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Hymns and Songs for Social and Sabbath Worship #310

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Hymns and Songs for Social and Sabbath Worship. (Rev. ed.) #310

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Hymns and Songs of Praise for Public and Social Worship #545

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Hymns for the Reformed Church in the United States #147

Hymns from the Land of Luther, Translated from the German #d33

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Many Voices; or, Carmina Sanctorum, Evangelistic Edition with Tunes #232

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Song Worship for Sunday Schools #70

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Songs for Young People #120

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Songs of Praise #168

The American Tune Book (Carmina Sacra, enlarged) #d176

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The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book for Public Worship #465

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The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book, for Public Worship #202.465

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The Baptist Hymn Book #465

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The Clifton Chapel Collection of "Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs" #304

The Gospel Praise Book #d197

The Hymnal of the Reformed Church in the United States #d286

The People's Praise Book or Carmina Sanctorum #d273

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The Sabbath Hymn and Tune Book #392c

The Sabbath Hymn Book. Baptist ed. #d456

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The Sabbath School Hymn and Tune Book #128

The Vestry Hymn and Tune Book #d193

The Victory #d164

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Triumphant Songs No.4 #59

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