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True-Hearted, Whole-Hearted, Faithful and Loyal 109
(TRUE-HEARTED. 11,10,11,10. With Refrain)
Frances R. Havergal, 1874 George C. Stebbins, 1890

True-hearted, whole-hearted, faithful and loyal,
King of our lives, by thy grace we will be;
Under the standard exalted and royal,
Strong in strength we will battle for thee.
Peal out the watch-word ! Silence it never!
Song of our spirits, rejoicing and free
Peal out the watch-word! loyal forever!
'King of our lives, By thy grace we will be.


True-hearted, whole-hearted, fullest allegiance
Yielding henceforth to our glorious King;
Valinat endeavor and loving obedience,
Freely and joyously now would we bring.


True-hearted, whole-hearted, Saviour all-glorious!
Take thy great power and reign there alone,
Over our wills and affections victorious,
Freely surrendered and wholly thine own.


Copyright, 1916, by Goo. C. Stebbtos, Renewal. Used by permission


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