1 Oh, what utter weakness fills this soul of mine!
How my frequent stumblings wound thy heart divine!
Count me not unworthy, Jesus, keep me thine;
Jesus, love me still.
Oh, what tender mercy! oh, what wondrous love!
Oh, what rich compassion hails me from above;
How can I but love thee, and thy grace adore!
Oh, to love thee more!
2 Many are the failures in my life I see;
Many are the frailties clinging unto me;
Yet, O precious Saviour, smile complacently,
Love and bless me still. [Refrain]
3 Pity me, dear Jesus, if I sometimes fall;
I among thy servants am the least of all;
Weakest of the weak ones who upon thee call;
Jesus, love me still. [Refrain]
Source: Joyful Sound: a collection of new hymns and music with familiar selections #65