Have Thine own way, Lord

Have Thine own way, Lord,
  Have Thine own way;
Thou art the Potter,
  I am the clay.
Mould me and make me
  After Thy will,
While I am waiting,
  Yielded and still.
Have Thine own way, Lord,
  Have Thine own way;
Search me and try me,
  Master, today.
Whiter than snow, Lord,
  Wash me just now,
As in Thy presence
  Humbly I bow.
Have Thine own way, Lord,
  Have Thine own way;
Wounded and weary,
  Help me, I pray.
Power, all power,
  Surely is Thine,
Touch me and heal me,
  Savior divine.
Have Thine own way, Lord,
  Have Thine own way;
Hold o’er my being
  Absolute sway.
Fill with Thy Spirit
  Till all shall see
Christ only, always,
  Living in me.
Jeremy Lum


This is one of my favorite hymns. It expresses our inner desire to be Christ like in this present age and time.

Paulina Smith

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

May we ever be yielded to His merciful hand and wonderful plans for our lives.

Josepheme Kellybent

Windsor, Connecticut, United States

This song really humbles me. It says exactly what I want to say to my Heavenly Father. Nothing I crave more than to be melted and molded into what He wants me to be today and for the world to see Christ in me......"till all can see Christ only always living in me."

Tishia Jackson

New Bern, NC, United States

I will attempt to sing this masterpiece.... at a passing ceremony... Of a lovely gentle man.... thanks for allowing me to spruce up on the lyrics.

Francis Okwudili Egbo

Festac, Lagos, Nigeria

What a wonderful solemn song.

Victor Olusegun Solomon

London, United Kingdom

Have Thine own way Lord in our hearts. A mind that's sober, a submissive will, a burning and loving emotion and a conscience free of offense toward man and God. Work this out in all of us Lord Spirit. Amen.

Frank Alcamo

Oceanside, New York, United States

Have Thine own way Lord always.


Abuja, FCT, Nigeria

I remembered this song just as I was rounding off my quiet time, googled the song as I didn't know all the lyrics. This song has really blessed me and I believe it's God's direction for my life.

Leigh Powell

A gentle hymn of willing, loving submission to God in Christ, taken from the book of Jeremiah. I first sang this when I was a young born again Christian. To God be the glory!


Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

God spoke this to me after I had been disappointed in someone. It really spoke to my heart and I am glad he gave me this hymn because I am familiar with it.