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I am thine

Thine, Jesus, thine, No more this heart of mine

Author: Albert Midlane
Tune: [Thine, Jesus, Thine]
Published in 4 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1. Thine, Jesus, Thine,
No more this heart of mine
Shall seek its joy apart from Thee;
The world is crucified to me,
And I am Thine,
And I am Thine.

2. Thine, Thine alone,
My joy, my hope, my crown;
Now earthly things may fade and die,
They charm my soul no more, for I
Am Thine alone,
Am Thine alone.

3. Thine, ever Thine,
Forever to recline
On love eternal, fixed and sure,
Yes, I am Thine forevermore,
Lord Jesus, Thine,
Lord Jesus, Thine.

4. Thine, Jesus, Thine,
Soon in Thy crown to shine,
When from the glory Thou shalt come
And with Thy saints shall take me home,
Lord Jesus, come,
Lord Jesus, come.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #6636

Author: Albert Midlane

Midlane, Albert, was born at Newport, Isle of Wight, Jan. 23, 1825, and was engaged in business in that town for many years. To his Sunday school teacher he ascribes the honour of prompting him to poetic efforts: and the same teacher did much to shape his early life. His first printed hymn, "Hark! in the presence of our God," was written in September, 1842, at Carisbrooke Castle, and printed in the Youth’s Magazine in November of the same year. Since then he has written over 300, and of these a large proportion are in common use. They appeared in magazines and small mission hymn-books, including:— (1) The Youth's Magazine; (2) The British Messenger; (3) The London Messenger; (4) Trotter's Evangelical Hymn Book, 1860; (5) The Ambassador… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Thine, Jesus, thine, No more this heart of mine
Title: I am thine
Author: Albert Midlane

Notes

Thine, Jesus, Thine. A. Midlane. [Self Dedication to Jesus.] A birthday hymn written on the author's 36th birthday, Jan. 23, 1861, and published in the Things Old and New magazine, in May the same year. It has passed into a large number of what are commonly known as "Gospel hymnbooks," including The Enlarged London Hymn Book, 1873; The Little Flock, 1880, and others. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

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