I Give Myself to Thee

Savior, who died for me, I give myself to Thee

Author: Marie Mason
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1 Savior, who died for me,
I give myself to thee;
Thy love, so full, so free,
Claims all my pow'rs.
Be this my purpose high,
To serve thee till I die,
Whether my path shall lie
'Mid thorns or flow'rs.

2 But, Lord, the flesh is weak,
Thy gracious aid I seek;
For thou the word must speak
That makes me strong.
Then let me hear thy voice,
Thou art my only choice;
Oh, bid my heart rejoice;
Be thou my song.

3 Savior, with me abide;
Be ever near my side;
Support, defend, and guide;
I look to thee.
I lay my hand in thine,
And fleeting joys resign,
If I may call thee mine

Source: Songs of Free Grace #103

Author: Marie Mason

Mason, Marie J. Miss Mason, who desires to remain unknown, contributed the popular hymn, "Saviour, who died for me" (Self-Consecration), to the Christian Songs for the Sunday Schools, N. Y., 1872, p. 156, in 4 stanzas of 8 lines. It was written in 1871. Born in 1822. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907) See also Mary J. Mason. Go to person page >

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First Line: Savior, who died for me, I give myself to Thee
Title: I Give Myself to Thee
Author: Marie Mason
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



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