Behold, there appeared a smoking oven and a flaming torch which passed between [the] pieces.@Genesis 15:17
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Phoebe P. Knapp (1839–1908)

Ma­ry D. James, Ju­ly 10, 1869. James wrote the words at the Na­tion­al Camp Meet­ing in Round Lake, New York. They were pub­lished in Notes of Joy, by Phoe­be Knapp (New York: W. C. Palm­er, Jr., 1869), num­ber 126.

My All Is on the Al­tar Phoe­be P. Knapp (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Mary D. James (1810–1883)

My body, soul and spirit,
Jesus, I give to Thee,
A consecrated offering,
Thine evermore to be.

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My all is on the altar,
I’m waiting for the fire;
Waiting, waiting, waiting,
I’m waiting for the fire.

O Jesus, mighty Savior,
I trust in Thy great name;
I look for Thy salvation,
Thy promise now I claim.

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O let the fire, descending
Just now upon my soul,
Consume my humble offering,
And cleanse and make me whole!

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I’m Thine, O blessèd Jesus,
Washed by Thy precious blood,
Now seal me by thy Spirit
A sacrifice to God.

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