Fill My Cup, Lord

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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.
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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.
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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—
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Bookie

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!!!


Ayanda

Toronto, Canada

Good hymns


Shola Okolo

Valley Stream, NY, United States

Always an assurance to know that when we approach our Savior with our emptiness, we leave filled up to overflowing! Halleluyah


Connie Sorrell

Edmond, OK, United States

What a refreshing from the Lord! Yes! Fill my cup with your pure water of sweetness!!


Bahgat A. G Samaan

Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt

I am so grateful to the Lord for this wonderful song.


Narasha

Nairobi, Central, Kenya

This song is so uplifting ✨🤲 With God all is possible


Deborah A McLeod

Jacksonville, FL, United States

Years ago, I served Wesley United Methodist Church, 133 Ponce de Leon Blvd, in Miami, Florida, where Richard Blanchard was pastor when he wrote this song. He told me the story of how this song came to be. He was in the office at Wesley, waiting for a couple who had an appointment to talk about their wedding. The couple was late. Rev. Blanchard was getting more and more frustrated as he waited. He went to the piano in a Sunday School classroom and sat down. Though he wrote many songs in his life, this was the only one that just poured out, inspired by the Spirit, words and tune. It has been a blessing to so many people and translated into many languages. His frustration melted away as he sought the living water at the piano that day. This is what he told me in 1988 or 1989. Blanchard served Wesley 1952-1958, so the song was written in the fifties. I served Wesley 1985-1990.


Ruth Komukyeya

Woburn, MA, United States

Nothing in this world can satisfy,

Jesus You’re The Cup that will never dry!!