Lord, I Make a Full Surrender

Lord, I make a full surrender, All I have I yield to thee

Author: Charles W. L. Christien (1880)
Published in 21 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Lord, I make a full surrender,
All I have I yield to thee;
For thy love, so great and tender,
Asks the gift of me.
Lord, I bring my whole affection,
Claim it, take it for thine own,
Safely kept by thy protection,
Fixed on thee alone.

Glory, glory, hallelujah!
I have given my all to God;
And I now have full salvation
Through the precious blood.

2 Lord, my will I here present thee
Gladly, now no longer mine;
Let no evil thing prevent me
Blending it with thine.
Lord, my life I lay before thee;
Hear this hour the sacred vow;
All thine own I now restore thee,
Thine for ever now.

3 Blessèd Spirit, thou hast brought me
Thus my all to thee to give;
For the blood of Christ has bought me,
And by faith I live.
Show thyself, O God of power,
My unchanging, loving friend;
Keep me till, in death’s glad hour,
Faith in sight shall end.

Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #504

Author: Charles W. L. Christien

Charles W. L. Christien was born in 1839, a native of London, England. His father was John Christien a School teacher, the family originating from France. Charles William Liquorice Christien was educated in Devonshire and was religiously educated in the Church of England. He became a Wesleyan minister in 1859, his first church being at Holsworth, Devon. He was married to Adela Ann Rayner in 1873 at Doncaster, where he was serving the church and the community. His literary work for religious journals both in the United Kingdom and America were closely read. A number of these survive in the British Library and the Oxford Bodleian Library. Some of the books he wrote, such as David Watson; or The Good Pays, published in 1902, are still availab… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Lord, I make a full surrender, All I have I yield to thee
Title: Lord, I Make a Full Surrender
Author: Charles W. L. Christien (1880)
Meter: D with refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Dear Savior, receive me
Copyright: Public Domain



Instances (1 - 3 of 3)

The Cyber Hymnal #8245


The Song Book of the Salvation Army #504


Timeless Truths #819

Include 18 pre-1979 instances
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