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I Am Thine

Master of eternal day, Thou art leading in the way

Author: Charles M. Sheldon
Tune: [Master of Eternal Day] (Brown)
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Master of Eternal Day,
Thou art leading in the way,
Thou wilt never let me stray,—
I am Thine, I am Thine.

2 Thou hast brought me out of night,
Thou hast given me my sight,
Hast redeemed me by Thy sight,—
I am Thine, I am Thine.

3 Thou wilt give me daily grace,
Strength to run the Christian race,
Till at last I see Thy face,—
I am Thine, I am Thine.

4 To Thy service I will bring
All my life to Thee, my King,
And forever I will sing,—
I am thine, I am thine.

Source: The Praise Book for Young People's Societies, Church Prayer Meetings and Sunday Schools #91

Author: Charles M. Sheldon

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Text Information

First Line: Master of eternal day, Thou art leading in the way
Title: I Am Thine
Author: Charles M. Sheldon
Refrain First Line: I am thine
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Endeavor Hymnal #76

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The Master's Call #161

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The Praise Book for Young People's Societies, Church Prayer Meetings and Sunday Schools #91

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