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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

There then to Thee Thine own I leave

There then to Thee Thine own I leave

Author: W. S. Turner (1866)
Tune: CONSECRATION (Turner)
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

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.

Source: The Sacred Harp: the best collection of sacred songs, hymns, odes, and anthems ever offered the singing public for general use (1991 rev.) #448a

Author: W. S. Turner

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. The Original Sacred Harp, 1911 Go to person page >

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First Line: There then to Thee Thine own I leave
Author: W. S. Turner (1866)
Language: English

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The Sacred Harp #448a

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