I Gave My Life for Thee

Verse 1:
I gave My life for thee,
My precious blood I shed,
That thou might’st ransomed be,
And quickened from the dead:
I gave, I gave My life for thee,
What hast thou given for Me?

Verse 2:
My Father’s house of light,–
My glory-circled throne
I left for earthly night,
For wand’rings sad and lone:
I left, I left it all for thee,
Hast thou left aught for Me?

Verse 3:
I suffered much for thee,
More than thy tongue can tell,
Of bitterst agony,
To rescue thee from hell:
I’ve borne, I’ve borne it all for thee,
What hast thou borne for Me?

Verse 4:
And I have brought to thee,
Down from My home above,
Salvation full and free,
My pardon and My love,
I bring, I bring rich gifts to thee,
What hast thou brought to Me?

Frances R. Havergal/P.P. Bliss

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One thought on “I Gave My Life for Thee

  1. DOES WHAT A MAN THINKS AFFECT HIS SALVATION?

    Does what a man thinks alter the fact of a man’s salvation?

    Can a man say that he believes that Jesus is the Son God and then say, however, I do not think that it is essential for my salvation? Can that kind of thinking save anyone? (John 8:24’Therefore I say to you that you will die in your sins; for unless you believe that I am He, you will die in your sins.”)

    Is it possible for someone to assert they they were baptized in water and say, however, I do not think it was not essential for me to be saved? Can that kind of thinking save anyone? (Mark 16:16 He who has believed and been baptized shall be saved…)

    Is is plausible that a person can profess that they believe the God raised Jesus from the grave and then say, however, I do not think it is essential to believe that, in order to be saved? Can that kind of thinking save you? (Romans 10:9 that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.)

    DOES WHAT A MAN THINKS ABOUT GOD’S TERMS FOR PARDON AFFECT HIS SALVATION?

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