There then to Thee Thine own I leave.
Mold as Thou wilt my passive clay;
But let me all Thy stamp receive,
But let me all Thy words obey.
Serve with a single heart and eye,
And to Thy glory live or die.
W. S. Turner was the son of James R. Turner and was a Methodist minister. He died at Fort Valley, Georgia in 1891. He composed a large number of hymns and tunes.
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