3442. Jesus, Thou Art Mine Forever

1. Jesus, Thou art mine forever,
Dearer far than earth to me;
Neither life nor death shall sever
Those sweet ties which bind to Thee.

2. All were drear to me and lonely
If Thy presence gladdened not;
While I sing to Thee, Thee only,
Mine’s an ever blissful lot.

3. Thou alone art all my Treasure,
Who hast died that I may live;
Thou conferrest noblest pleasure,
Who dost all my sins forgive.

4. Brightest gems and fairest flowers
Lose their beauty in Thy frown;
Joy and peace, like balmy showers,
In Thy smile come gently down.

5. Jesus, Thou art mine forever;
Never suffer me to stray.
Let me in my weakness never
Cast my priceless pearl away.

6. Lamb of God, I do implore Thee,
Guard, support me, lest I fall.
Let me evermore adore Thee;
Be my everlasting All.

Text Information
First Line: Jesus, Thou art mine forever
Title: Jesus, Thou Art Mine Forever
Author: Matthias Loy (1880)
Meter: 87.87
Language: English
Source: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal (Columbus, Ohio: Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Ohio, 1880)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: STUTTGART
Composer: Christian Friedrich Witt, 1600-1716
Adapter: Hen­ry J. Gaunt­lett, 1805-1876
Meter: 87.87
Incipit: 55113 15564 25333
Key: G Major
Source: Psalm­o­dia Sac­ra, by Chris­tian F. Witt (Go­tha, Ger­ma­ny: 1715)
Copyright: Public Domain



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