1. Nothing between my soul and my Savior,
naught of this world's delusive dream;
I have renounced all sinful pleasure;
Jesus is mine, there's nothing between.
Nothing between my soul and my Savior,
so that his blessed face may be seen;
nothing preventing the least of his favor;
keep the way clear! let nothing between.
2. Nothing between, like worldly pleasure;
habits of life, though harmless they seem,
must not my heart from him ever sever;
he is my all, there's nothing between.
3. Nothing between, like pride or station;
self or friends shall not intervene;
though it may cost me much tribulation,
I am resolved, there's nothing between.
4. Nothing between, e'en many hard trials,
though the whole world against me convene;
watching with prayer and much self denial,
I'll triumph at last, there's nothing between.
United Methodist Hymnal, 1989
|First Line:||Nothing between my soul and the Savior|
|Author:||Charles Albert Tindley (1905)|
|Meter:||10.9.11.9 with refrain|
|Refrain First Line:||Nothing between my soul and the Savior|
|Copyright:||This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.|