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387 ST. BEES 220.127.116.11.
1 Take my life, and let it be Con se - cra
Take my moments and my days; Let them flow in cease-less praise.
3 Take my voice, and let me sing,
4 Take my silver and my gold; Not a mite would I withhold.
1 O God
(See also SEYMOUR, No. 32)
Take my intellect, and use
5 Take my will, and make it Thine;
6 Take my love; my Lord, I pour
Frances R. Havergal, 1874
of mer-cy, God of might, In love and pity in - fi - nite,
as ever in Thy sight, To live our life to Thee.
2 Our tongues were fashioned for Thy word,
Our hands, to do Thy will Divine; Our bodies are Thy temple, Lord, The mind's immortal powers are Thine.
We bow before Thy righteous claim To all we have and all we are. A-MEN.
Alt. from "Musikalisches Handbuch," Hamburg, 1690
frame, Of all Thy works the
3 Its highest thought, to trace Thy skill,
To choose Thy service and be blest.
133 Fill Thou my life, O Lord my God.
no - blest far,
4 Our ransomed spirits rise to Thee,
Unfailing Source of light and joy:
1 Soon may the last glad song a rise Through all the millions of
That song of triumph which records That all the earth is now the Lord's. A-MEN.
reign wher e'er the
His kingdom stretch from shore to shore, Fill moons shall
2 For Him shall endless prayer be made,
no more, Till moons shall wax and wane no more.
3 People and realms of every tongue
Arr. from Frederick M. A. Venua, c. 1810
Does his succes sive
392 (DUKE STREET L. M.
1 Soon may the last glad song arise Through all the millions of the skies,
That song of triumph which records
8:9: A - MEN.
4 Blessings abound where'er He reigns;
5 Let every creature rise and bring
30 that the anthem now might swell,
2 Let thrones and powers and kingdoms
Obedient, mighty God, to Thee;
Anon. Ascribed to Mrs. Vokes, 1816