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Hymn #392: Lord, Dost Thou Say, "Ask What Thou Wilt?"

Hymn #391 Hymn #393

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392 (L.M.) John Newton

Lord, dost Thou say, "Ask what thou wilt?"

I gladly seize the golden hour;

I pray to be released from guilt,

And freed from sin and Satan's pow'r.

More of Thy presence, Lord, impart,

More of Thine image let me bear;

Erect a throne within my heart,

And reign without a rival there.

Give me to read my pardon sealed,

And from Thy joy to draw my strength,

To have Thy boundless love revealed

In all its height, and breadth, and length.

Grant these requests — I ask no more,

But to Thy care the rest resign;

Sick or in health, or rich, or poor,

All shall be well if Thou art mine.

Hymn #391 Hymn #393