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8 thoughts on “ My Jesus, I Love Thee

  1. Mar 10,  · My Jesus I Love Thee” is a sweet expression of love for the Savior that flows directly from the author’s experience of the Savior’s love for him. A remarkable thing about “My Jesus I Love Thee” is that it was not penned by an aged and experienced hymn-writer like so many of our favorite hymns. Rather, it was originally written as a devotional poem by Willam Ralph Featherston, a.
  2. I love Thee, because Thou hast first loved me, And purchased my pardon on Calvary’s tree; I love Thee for wearing the thorns on Thy brow; If ever I loved Thee, Lord Jesus, ’tis now. 3 I’ll love Thee in life, I will love Thee in death, And praise Thee as long as Thou lendest me breath; And say when the death-dew lies cold on my brow, If.
  3. Sep 15,  · Bill & Gloria Gaither - My Jesus, I Love Thee [Live] ft. Mary Tom Speer Reid - Duration: Gaither Music TV 65, views.
  4. My Jesus I love Thee I know Thou art mine. For Thee all the follies of sin I resign. My gracious Redeemer, my Savior art Thou. If ever I loved Thee my Jesus tis now.
  5. If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, ’tis now. I’ll love Thee in life, I will love Thee in death, And praise Thee as long as Thou lendest me breath; And say when the death dew lies cold on my brow.
  6. May 04,  · Song My Jesus, I Love Thee (Live) Artist Avalon; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Gaither Music Group (HSE)); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor - UMPG, Rumblefish.
  7. Those that say youth is wasted on the young might be surprised to hear that William Ralph Featherstone () is believed to have written "My Jesus I Love Thee" at the age of 16! Featherstone, a Weslyan Methodist from Montreal, wrote the text at the time of .
  8. My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine; For Thee all the follies of sin I resign; My gracious Redeemer, my Saviour art Thou; If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, ’tis now. This was all. Through Christ she had con­quered and, leav­ing the au­di­ence in tears, she re­tired from the stage, ne­ver to .

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