Words: , Hymns and Sac­red Po­ems, 1740. These words are stan­zas 15-18 of a po­em of 22 vers­es, titled “The Re­sig­na­tion.”

Music: Boyl­ston, , The Choir, or Un­ion Col­lect­ion of Church Mu­sic, 1832.

And can I yet delay
My little all to give?
To tear my soul from earth away
For Jesus to receive?

Nay, but I yield, I yield;
I can hold out no more;
I sink, by dying love compelled,
And own Thee Conqueror.

Though late, I all forsake;
My friends, my all, resign;
Gracious Redeemer, take, O take,
And seal me ever Thine!

Come, and possess me whole,
Nor hence again remove;
Settle and fix my wavering soul
With all Thy weight of love.