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Text Based On John Chapter 6 (KJV)
So when they had rowed about five and twenty or thirty furlongs, they see Jesus walking on the sea, and drawing nigh unto the ship: and they were afraid. But he saith unto them, It is I; be not afraid.

(Public Domain)
1952 BH - Page No. 463
The Christian Life - Passover Memorial
The Weekly Seventh Day Sabbath

Words: Frances R. Havergal: 1836-1879
Music: John Stainer: 1840-1901
Magdalena (76.76.D)
Lyrics/Verses/Key/v4/E/ Score

I COULD NOT DO WITHOUT THEE

1. I could not do without Thee,
O Saviour of the lost,
Whose precious blood redeemed me-
At such tremendous cost;
Thy righteousness, Thy pardon,
Thy precious blood, must be-
My only hope and comfort,
My glory and my plea.

2. I could not do without Thee,
I cannot stand alone;
I have no strength or goodness,
No wisdom of my own;
But Thou, belovèd Saviour,
Art all in all to me,
And weakness will be power-
If leaning hard on Thee.

3. I could not do without Thee,
O Jesus, Saviour dear;
E’en when my eyes are holden,
I know that Thou art near.
How dreary and how lonely-
This changeful life would be-
Without the sweet communion,
The secret rest with Thee.

4. I could not do without Thee,
For years are fleeting fast,
And soon in solemn oneness-
The river must be passed.
But Thou wilt never leave me;
And though the waves roll high,
I know Thou wilt be near me,
And whisper, “It is I.”


A Blessèd Passover to all believers.
In the Son’s Name - For the Father’s glory.


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