[Search me, O God, and know my heart today] (Maori) The tune was adapted from "Swiss Cradle Song" by Clement Scott. A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "heart-to-heart" - from the Lyrics.com website. Frances Havergal (1836-1879) created one of the classic hymns of Christian commitment.Referred to as the "consecration poet," Havergal strived to live a life fully dedicated to Christ and to those she saw in any physical or spiritual need. "There were ten persons in the house; some were unconverted and long prayed for, …
We sang it at church on Good Friday last week, and as I sang the last verse, I was reminded of how often I am so prone to straying from Christ. As thou hast died for me, O may my love to thee pure, warm, and changeless be, a living fire! May thy rich grace impart strength to my fainting heart, my zeal inspire! I'm in love with a girl, and she's you, And I now this time that it's true, So unique, so complete, Unlike any love there's been, And the loneliness I felt has gone, Take my thoughts, Oh Lord, and my memory. Let her take my heart and take my hand Take my heart and take my hand Take my heart and take my hand again and again Right where we stand I've never really know what love is But whatever it is I feel it in your kiss You waltzed in like somebody planned it all I feel right where I belong My knees are weak My heart is strong So give me your word Take my sin and take me back to you. Bind my wandering heart to Thee. Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it; Prone to leave the God I love: Take my heart, oh, take and seal it With Thy Spirit from above. The daughter of a church rector, she was raised in Worcester, England and attended schools in England and Germany.
Give me nothing more than your love and grace. In her love of learning, she grew to become an able scholar (even becoming proficient in both Hebrew and Greek) and a talented singer and pianist. Rescued thus from sin and danger, Purchased by the Savior’s blood, May I walk on earth a stranger, As a son and heir of God. It was released by the Australian music company W. H. Paling and Co. in 1913.
By your precious blood i will seek your name by Your rightousness i will walk, i will walk with you. It was then adapted in New Zealand for a farewell song for Maori soldiers beginning in World War I, modified with the words "This is the hour," used as a wal… Lord, I give You my heart I give You my soul, I live for You alone Every breath that I take, every moment I'm awake Lord, have Your way in me This is my desire to honor You Lord, with all my heart, I worship You All I have within me, I give You praise All that I adore is in You Lord, I give You my heart I give You my soul, I live for You alone Take my shame take it deep within. Sorrowing I shall be in spirit, Till released from flesh and sin, Teach me some melodious sonnet, Sung by flaming tongues above. Give me nothing more than your love and grace.
]First published in his Hymns of the Heart for the Use of Catholics, 1848, in 5 stanzas of 4 lines, and entitled “Confirmation.”In some collections it begins, "My God, accept my heart, I pray" in others, "0 God, accept my heart, &c," and in others, including the Unitarian Hymn [& Tune] Book for the Church and the Home, Boston, U. Breathe on me, breathe on me, Holy Spirit, breathe on me; Take Thou my heart, cleanse every part, Holy Spirit, breathe on me. Take my heart and let it be Cleansed from all impurity; Fill it then with love divine, Make it, O my Lord, like Thine. Search my heart search my soul. _____ One of my recent favorite hymns.
Holy Spirit, breathe on me, Fill me with pow'r divine; Kindle a flame of love and zeal Within this heart of mine. Take my heart and let it be Cleansed from all impurity; Fill it then with love divine, Make it, O my Lord, like Thine. Girl I'm giving you all my love See here anytime is the right time baby Come on and take my heart It's all yours if you want it baby My heart is tearin' all apart I say (You can have it) Yeah, if you want it (If you want it) Come and get it baby but if you want it (You can have it) Come and get it girl, yeah (If you want it) Yeah, yeah see darlin' Take my tears, my joys, my liberty. By your rightousness i will walk. Take my mind with all its plans and schemes.
"Take My Life and Let It Be" "I went for a little visit of five days," wrote Frances Havergal, explaining what prompted her to write her well-known hymn, "Take My Life and Let it Be." Holiness, holiness is what I long for Holiness is what I need Holiness, holiness is what You want from me.
Come, Thou Fount of every blessing, Tune my heart to sing Thy grace; Streams of mercy, never ceasing, Call for songs of loudest praise. Holiness, holiness is what I long for Holiness is what I need Holiness, holiness is what You want from me. These alone, O God, are enough for me. Praise the mount, I’m fixed upon it, Mount of Thy redeeming love.