I am Thine.@Psalm 119:94

Henry W. Flickinger, in Victorious Life Hymns, ed­it­ed by Charles M. Al­ex­an­der (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: Sunday School Times, 1919), num­ber 234.

Ickenham George C. Steb­bins, 1919 (🔊 pdf nwc).

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George C. Steb­bins (1846–1945)

Since I am Thine, Lord, and Thou art mine,
Purchased and kept by power divine;
Tho’ so unworthy, O let me be
Conscious that Thou art living in me.

Since I am Thine, Lord, and Thou art mine,
Tho’ but a branch whilst Thou art the vine;
Prune me and train me, that I may be
Fruitful in service, Master, for Thee.

Since I am Thine, Lord, and Thou art mine,
Oh, that through me Thy glory may shine;
Filled with Thy Spirit, grant me this plea:
That all shall see Thy likeness in me.

Since I am Thine, Lord, and only Thine,
Joy thrills my soul, for now Thou art mine;
Thou art in me and I am in Thee,
Thine all the praise and glory shall be.

Since I am Thine, Lord, saved by Thy grace,
Oh, how I long to see Thy dear face;
Help me to serve and patiently wait
Till I pass through the heavenly gate.