Sung during the Sunday worship at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London (Spurgeon’s).

Hymn 404 from our hymn book, Psalms & Hymns of Reformed Worship.

I BRING my sins to Thee,
The sins I cannot count,
That I now cleansed may be
In Thy once-opened fount:
I bring them, Saviour, all to Thee;
The burden is too great for me.

My heart to Thee I bring,
The heart I cannot read,
A faithless, wandering thing,
An evil heart indeed:
I bring it, Saviour, now to Thee,
That fixed and faithful it may be.

My life I bring to Thee,
I would not be my own;
O Saviour, may I be
Thine ever, Thine alone!
My heart, my life, my all, I bring
To Thee, my Saviour and my King.

Author: Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-79)
Tune: Open Fount
Composer: Christopher Laws (b.1946)
(This tune is published in ‘Worthy the Lamb’, a recently-produced book of new tunes for Reformed worship, which is available for purchase here:

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