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Mine to rise when thou dost call me

Mine to rise when thou dost call me

Author: Susie Swift
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Mine to rise when thou dost call me,
Lifelong though the journey be;
Thine to measure all its windings,
Leading step by step to thee.

I am thine, O Lord and Master,
Thine to follow to the end.
Thou art mine, O Christ my Saviour,
Guide and helper, lover, friend!

2 Mine to follow, even blindly,
Thine, O Christ, to go before;
Mine to try and scale the barrier,
Thine to fling an open door.

3 Mine to smile in face of failure,
Thine to gladden my defeat;
Mine to kneel and drink of Marah,
Thine to make its waters sweet.

4 Thine the sealing and revealing
All the outcome of my vow,
As I give thee soul and body,
Mine no longer, thine just now.

Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #510

Author: Susie Swift

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Text Information

First Line: Mine to rise when thou dost call me
Author: Susie Swift
Refrain First Line: I am thine, O Lord and Master



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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #510

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