Fill My Cup, Lord

Like the woman at the well, I was seeking
For things that could not satisfy.
And then I heard my Savior speaking—
"Draw from My well that never shall run dry."
  Fill my cup, Lord;
I lift it up Lord;
Come and quench this thirsting of my soul.
Bread of Heaven, feed me till I want no more.
Fill my cup, fill it up and make me whole.
There are millions in this world who are seeking
For pleasures earthly goods afford.
But none can match the wondrous treasure
That I find in Jesus Christ my Lord.
So my brother if the things that this world gives you
Leave hungers that won't pass away,
My blessed Lord will come and save you
If you kneel to Him and humbly pray—
Quwayne Michael Wilson

St Ann, Madras, Jamaica


Gloria Success

Lagos, Nigeria

This is one of the songs that touched my soul. Hallelujah!


Johannesburg, Gauteng, Somalia

I was empty broken felt lost and gave up on the life I was given.

I heard this song and not I but Christ filled my emptiness oh where do I begin


Lagos, Nigeria

I bless the Lord God for this song.

We sang it in the church today.

I didn’t know it has many verses, until I goggle it.

I felt so blessed and satisfied that I’m able to download it. PRAISE THE LORD GOD.

Rev.Akhimien Benedict

Benin City, Edo, Nigeria

So inspiring, having all it takes to fill the "spirit". This piece is an award winning piece. Am so blessed listening to it over and over again.


Shocking harmony

Viola Yeung

Sydney, NSW, Australia

I came across this hymn back to my youth years when I only found the melody was good without really digging deep into it. I’m a retiree now, this hymn came to me accidentally yesterday, I listened to it repeatedly and appreciated how true it was telling. Yes, my cup of life needed to be filled, not by the earthy treasures which will surely be passed away one day, but by the eternal substance only be given in Jesus Christ.


Abuja, FCT, Nigeria

So inspiring a hymn. My prayer daily is to filled of you till I see you in glory

Vincent Nnadi C.

Enugu, Nigeria

This is my prayer every day.

This song has remained fresh as it was the day I heard it in the 80s. Thanks be to God.

Diana Sweet

Blantyre, Malawi

A great song!.... always reminding me that everything is vanity but am truly rich in the Lord!!!