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Just As I Am, Thine Own to Be

Representative Text

1 Just as I am, Thine own to be,
Friend of the young, who lovest me,
To consecrate myself to Thee,
O Jesus Christ, I come.

2 In the glad morning of my day,
My life to give, my vows o pay,
With no reserve and no delay,
With all my heart I come.

3 I would live ever in the light,
I would work ever for the right,
I would serve Thee with all my might;
Therefore to Thee I come.

4 Just as I am, young, strong, and free,
To be the best that I can be
For truth, and righteousness and Thee,
Lord of my life, I come.

Amen.

Source: Worship and Service Hymnal: For Church, School, and Home #505

Author: Marianne Farningham

Pseudonym, real name Marianne Hearn.… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Just as I am, thine own to be
Title: Just As I Am, Thine Own to Be
Author: Marianne Farningham
Meter: 8.8.8.6
Language: English
Notes: Spanish translation: See "Tal como soy anhelo ser" by George Paul Simmonds
Copyright: Public Domain

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Church Hymnal, Fifth Edition #586

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Hymns of the Saints #421

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Revival Hymns and Choruses #430

Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal #324

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Small Church Music #91

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The Cyber Hymnal #3462

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #860

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Worship and Service Hymnal #505

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