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, and they appeared in Notes of Joy for the Sabbath School, the Social Meeting and the Hour of Prayer, 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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