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1 My brethren all remember well,
That your sweet Jesus is your all,
Of grace and truth brim full he is,
For those who feel their emptiness.
2 Christ is your wisdom, righteousness,
Your strength, your holiness and peace,
Your head, your hope, your joy also,
Your all to God, your all to you.
3 His fullness yours, what can you need?
Nothing but faith thereon to feed;
And faith to you himself will give,
Rely on him and to him live.
4 Then oh! be free with this your friend,
His fullness you can never spend;
Let all your wants be laid on him,
And he will fill you to the brim.
5 The more by faith on Christ you live,
The more to him your glory give;
The more with Christ your soul is free,
The more to him you'll welcome be.
6 Such is his boundless grace and love,
He'll joy that you his fullness prove;
So shall you joy in him be full,
Who is your everlasting all.
Divine Hymns, or Spiritual Songs: for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians 1800