Complete in Thee! no work of mine

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Complete in Thee! no work of mine
May take, dear Lord, the place of Thine;
Thy blood hath pardon bought for me,
And I am now complete in Thee.
  Yea, justified! O blessed thought!
And sanctified! Salvation wrought!
Thy blood hath pardon bought for me,
  And glorified, I too, shall be!
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Complete in Thee—no more shall sin,
Thy grace hath conquered, reign within;
Thy voice shall bid the tempter flee,
And I shall stand complete in Thee.
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Complete in Thee—each want supplied,
And no good thing to me denied;
Since Thou my portion, Lord, wilt be,
I ask no more, complete in Thee.
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Dear Savior! when before Thy bar
All tribes and tongues assembled are,
Among Thy chosen will I be,
At Thy right hand—complete in Thee.
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Anonymous

Lord, thank You for redeeming us with Your blood. O Lord, thank You dear Lord. We are now complete with Thee.


Olivia

Matthews, North Carolina, United States

Our choir's barbershop quartet sang this song at our concert. I LOVE it. They make it sound so amazing, a capella and all.


Ean

Saginaw, MI, United States

You changed quite a few words and it threw off the entire congregation.


Craig DeSpain

Pinebluff, NC, United States

This song brings me to tears when I think of what Christ did for me on the Cross of Calvary.

I long for the day when I shall stand Complete in HIM.


Judy

Seoul, South Korea

An older man at my home church always chose this. I love the tempo and the time to hear the words.


Betty Cogliser

Lubbock, Texas, United States

I just came home from teaching my Sunday School class a lesson in 11Corint. chap.10. I was sad when no one knew this beautiful old hymn when I mentioned it. I wanted them to have these words. I thought I would try the internet and there it was on your website!With music! Thank you! I have made copies and they will have the words this week.


Dick Valnes

Eugene, Oregon, United States

It's a commentary on the book of Colossians, very much in line with the truths that are emphasized; so refreshing in contrast to all our emphasis on "man's response" in the music today.


Bonnie M. Hixson

a favorite of mine for some time, because it tells it all.