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O God, my powers are thine

O God, my powers are thine

Author: F. Watson Hannan
Tune: [O God, my powers are thine] (Jeffery)
Published in 5 hymnals

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1. O God, my powers are Thine;
So may my service be;
Grant me the grace of love divine
To serve Thee steadfastly.

2. Thy sovereign right I own,
I seek Thy will and way;
All Thy commands to me make known,
That I may all obey.

3. Immortal souls to guard
Assist me by Thy grace;
That I present each one, O Lord,
Perfect before Thy face.

4. Thy holy Word my task
To love and teach and live,
That to inquiring souls that ask,
Thy answer I may give.

5. Here, Lord, I humbly bring
Both self and class to Thee;
Accept the offering, O my King,
And keep eternally.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #4869

Author: F. Watson Hannan

Born: 1866, New York. Hannan married his wife Anna in (possibly) Connecticut. In 1900 they were in New Haven, Connecticut, and had been there since at least 1896. By 1910 they were in Brooklyn, New York, and in 1920 they were in Morris County, New York. Hannan served as pastor of the Bushwick Avenue Central Methodist Episcopal Church, Brooklyn, New York, for eight years. As of 1923, he was professor of pastoral theology at Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, New Jersey. His works include: The Sunday School: An Evangelistic Opportunity (The Methodist Book Concern, 1920) Evangelism (The Methodist Book Concern, 1921) --www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

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First Line: O God, my powers are thine
Author: F. Watson Hannan

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The Cyber Hymnal #4869
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