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7426. Wholly Thine (Belden)

1. I would be, dear Savior, wholly Thine;
Teach me how, teach me how;
I would do Thy will, O Lord, not mine;
Help me, help me now.

Refrain
Wholly Thine, wholly Thine,
Wholly Thine, this is my vow;
Wholly Thine, wholly Thine,
Wholly Thine, O Lord, just now.

2. What is worldly pleasure, wealth or fame,
Without Thee, without Thee?
I will leave them all for Thy dear name,
This my wealth shall be. [Refrain]

3. As I cast earth’s transient joys behind,
Come Thou near, come Thou near;
In Thy presence all in all I find,
’Tis my comfort here. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: I would be, dear Savior, wholly Thine
Title: Wholly Thine (Belden)
Author: Franklin E. Belden (ca. 1896)
Refrain First Line: Wholly Thine, wholly Thine
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [I would be, dear Savior, wholly Thine]
Composer: Franklin Edsen Belden (ca. 1896)
Incipit: 12315 13217 12123
Key: G Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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