Jesus, with what gladness I can truly sing

Jesus, with what gladness I can truly sing

Author: Gladys N. Taylor
Published in 2 hymnals

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JESUS, with what gladness I can truly sing:
Thou art my redeemer, friend and guide and King;
Thou art mine for ever; I will give to thee
All my life and treasure; thine alone I’ll be.

Refrain:
All I have I give thee, though my powers are small,
Life and time and talents, Jesus, take them all.
All! have I give thee, though my powers are small,
Life and time and talents, Jesus, take them all.

2 I will be a warrior, fighting the good fight,
Battling ‘gainst all evil in the cause of right;
Jesus, give me courage, make me true and brave
That the lost and dying I may help to save.

3 I will be a pilgrim in the great crusade,
Following thy footsteps, ever unafraid;
Thou wilt lead me upward on the narrow way,
Though it be through darkness, to thy glorious day.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #859

Author: Gladys N. Taylor

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Author: Gladys N. Taylor

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #859

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