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My Life Is Thine, Lord Jesus

My life is Thine, Lord Jesus

Author: J. Woodfall
Tune: LORETTO (Hemy)
Published in 2 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

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1. My life is Thine, Lord Jesus,
Bought with Thy blood divine,
And giv’n to Thee with gladness,
No longer mine, but Thine.
My heart is Thine, my Savior,
Not part, but all Thine own;
Oh, it is sweet to know that there
Thou hast Thy royal throne!

2. My body I have yielded,
A sacrifice to be,
Oh, keep me pure and holy, Lord!
A temple meet for Thee.
My members, too, are Thine, Lord;
To Thee I all resign;
Then use them for Thy glory now,
And live Thy life through mine.

3. My house is Thine, Lord Jesus,
And all that I possess;
Use it for whatsoe’er Thou wilt,
Thou comest but to bless.
The gold that came from Thee, Lord,
To Thee belongeth still;
Oh, may I always faithfully
My stewardship fulfill!

4. Yea, everything is Thine, Lord,
Let this my portion be—
That I have nothing of my own,
And yet have all in Thee.
And make my life, Lord Jesus,
Brightly for Thee to shine:
That word and deed, that look and tone,
May witness I am Thine.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #4428

Author: J. Woodfall

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Text Information

First Line: My life is Thine, Lord Jesus
Title: My Life Is Thine, Lord Jesus
Author: J. Woodfall
Meter: 7.6.8.6 D
Source: Hymns of Consecration and Faith, by James Mountain (London: Marshall Brothers, new & enlarged edition, 1902), number 68
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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