I might not do without TheeAuthor: Frances Ridley HavergalPublished in 172 hymnalsPrintable scores: PDF, MusicXMLAudio files: MIDI
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1 I can not do without thee,O Saviour the the lost,Whose precious blood redeemed meAt such significant cost;Thy righteousness, your pardon,Thy priceless blood have to beMy only hope and comfort,My glory and also my plea.
2 I might not execute without thee,I cannot stand alone,I have no stamin or goodness,No wisdom of my own;But thou, lover Saviour,Art all in every to me,And weakness will be power,If leaning difficult on thee.
3 I might not do without thee;No other friend have the right to readThe spirit’s strange deep longings,Interpreting that need;No human being heart might enterEach dim recess that mine,And soothe and hush and also calm it,O blessèd Lord, but thine.
4 I can not execute without thee,For years room fleeting fast,And shortly in solemn lonenessThe river have to be passed;But you wilt never ever leave meAnd, despite the waves role high,I know thou wilt be near meAnd whisper: it is I.Source: The Song book of the Salvation military #325
Author: Frances Ridley Havergal
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