Since I am thine, Lord, and thou art mine

Since I am thine, Lord, and thou art mine

Author: H. W. Flickinger
Tune: [Since I am Thine, Lord, and Thou art mine]
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1 Since I am Thine, Lord, and Thou art mine,
Purchased and kept by power divine;
Tho’ so unworthy, O let me be
Conscious that Thou art living in me.

2 Since I am Thine, Lord, and Thou art mine,
Tho’ but a branch whilst Thou art the vine;
Prune me and train me, that I may be
Fruitful in service, Master, for Thee.

3 Since I am Thine, Lord, and Thou art mine,
Oh, that through me Thy glory may shine;
Filled with Thy Spirit, grant me this plea:—
That all shall see Thy likeness in me.

4 Since I am Thine, Lord, and only Thine,
Joy thrills my soul for now Thou art mine;
Thou art in me and I am in Thee,
Thine all the praise and glory shall be.

5 Since I am Thine, Lord, saved by Thy grace,
Oh, how I long to see Thy dear face;
Help me to serve and patiently wait
Till I pass through the heavenly gate.

Source: Victorious Life Hymns #234

Author: H. W. Flickinger

Henry W. Flickinger, the noted penman and author, seventh in the family of Peter Flickinger, was born Aug. 30, 1845. He was a native of Ickesburg, Saville township, Perry County, Pa. Here he was reared and in his boyhood enlisted as a soldier in the Civil war. After attending the public and some select schools of his native county, on July 18, 1864, at Camp Curtis, Harrisburg, he was enrolled a member of Co. D., 1st Bat., to serve 100 days. He was appointed fifer of the company and clerk for the captain, Samuel R. Faber. Among his associates in this company were his brother, Martin Flickinger; Corporal A. J. Kochenderfer, and a mess-mate and sergeant, George Flickinger. He was discharged by the general order at the close of the war, July 20… Go to person page >

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Author: H. W. Flickinger

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