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Thine, most gracious Lord

Thine, most gracious Lord

Author: Annie S. Hawks
Tune: [Thine, most gracious Lord]
Published in 9 hymnals

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1. Thine, most gracious Lord,
O make me wholly Thine—
Thine in thought, in word and deed,
For Thou, O Christ, art mine.

Refrain
Wholly Thine, wholly Thine;
Thou hast bought me, I am Thine;
Blessèd Savior, Thou art mine;
Make me wholly Thine.

2. Wholly Thine, my Lord,
To go when Thou dost call;
Thine to yield my very self
In all things, great and small. [Refrain]

3. Wholly Thine, O Lord,
In every passing hour;
Thine in silence, Thine to speak,
As Thou dost grant the power. [Refrain]

4. Wholly Thine, O Lord,
To fashion as Thou wilt,
Strengthen, bless and keep the soul
Which Thou hast saved from guilt. [Refrain]

5. Thine, Lord, wholly Thine,
For ever one with Thee—
Rooted, grounded in Thy love,
Abiding, sure and free. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #7436

Author: Annie S. Hawks

Hawks, Annie Sherwood. Mrs. Hawks was born in Hoosick, N. Y., May 28, 1835, and has resided for many years at Brooklyn. Her hymns were contributed to Bright Jewels, Pure Gold, Boyal Diadem, Brightest and Best, Temple Anthems, Tidal Wave, and other popular Sunday School hymnbooks. They include "I need Thee every hour" (written April, 1872), "Thine, most gracious Lord," "Why weepest thou? Whom seekest thou?" and others of the same type. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Thine, most gracious Lord
Author: Annie S. Hawks
Refrain First Line: Wholly thine, wholly thine

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The Cyber Hymnal #7436
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