All Things Are Thine Lyrics, Story, and Video

All Things Are Thine Lyrics

1 All things are Thine; no gift have we,
Lord of all gifts, to offer Thee;
And hence with grateful hearts today,
Thine own before Thy feet we lay.

2 Thy will was in the builder’s thought;
Thy hand unseen amidst us wrought;
Thro’ mortal motive, scheme and plan,
Thy wise, eternal purpose ran.

3 No lack Thy perfect fullness knew;
For human needs and longings grew
This house of prayer- this home of rest.
Here may Thy saints be often blessed.

4 In weakness and in want we call
On Thee, for whom the heav’ns are small;
Thy glory is Thy children’s good,
Thy joy Thy tender Fatherhood.

5 O Father! deign these walls to bless;
Make this the abode of righteousness,
And let these doors a gateway be
To lead us from ourselves to Thee!

All Things Are Thine Hymn Story

“All Things are Thine” is a Christian hymn that was written by John Greenleaf Whittier. It was first published in 1872. He was a Quaker poet who was born on 17th December 1807.

John Greenleaf Whittier - all things are thine hymn writer
John Greenleaf Whittier

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