I will trust in Thee.@Psalm 55:23

Mary J. Walker, in Psalms and Hymns for Public and Social Worship, 1855.

Angelcomb Ira D. Sankey, 1881 (🔊 pdf nwc).

Major Whittle gives an example of this hymn’s usefulness, out of many instances: “I was holding meetings in Belfast. At one of the after-meetings I noticed a man remaining behind when almost all the others had gone. I spoke to him and found that he was a merchant in the city. He was in much distress about his sins. I showed him Christ the Saviour, who died for sinners, and tried to get him to appropriate that Saviour to himself. I saw there was a great struggle going on in his soul, the powers for good and evil evidently striving for mastery. We went down on our knees and prayed. Then after a while he straightened himself up and gave vent to his feelings in this hymn, for he was a capital singer…

It was a song of victory over Satan, and a song of praise to Christ, through whom he had conquered. From that hour he has done splendid work for Christ among the worst of men.”

Sankey, pp. 171–72

Ira D. Sankey (1840–1908)

Jesus, I will trust Thee, trust Thee with my soul;
Guilty, lost, and helpless, Thou canst make me whole.
There is none in Heaven or on earth like Thee:
Thou hast died for sinners—therefore Lord for me.


In Thy love confiding I will seek Thy face,
Worship and adore Thee, for Thy wondrous grace.
Jesus, I will trust Thee, trust Thee with my soul;
Guilty, lost and helpless, Thou canst make me whole.

Jesus, I can trust Thee, trust Thy written Word,
Since Thy voice of mercy I have often heard,
When Thy Spirit teacheth, to my taste how sweet—
Only may I hearken, sitting at Thy feet.


Jesus, I do trust Thee, trust Thee without doubt;
Whosoever cometh, Thou wilt not cast out,
Faithful is Thy promise, precious is Thy blood—
These my soul’s salvation, Thou my Savior God!