Words: , Hymns and Sac­red Po­ems, 1739.

Music: Barford, J. S. Gei­kie, in Old Scot­tish Psalm Tunes (Lon­don: Bay­ley & Fer­gu­son, 1908), num­ber 11.. Al­ter­nate tune:

  • Oswald’s Tree, , 1903

If you know J. S. Geikie’s full name, or where to get a picture of him

Being of beings, God of love;
To Thee our hearts we raise;
Thy all sustaining power we prove,
And gladly sing Thy praise.

Thine, wholly Thine, we pant to be;
Our sacrifice receive;
Made, and preserved, and saved by Thee,
To Thee ourselves we give.

Heav’nward our every wish aspires,
For all Thy mercy’s store;
The sole return Thy love requires,
Is that we ask for more.

For more we ask: we open then
Our hearts to embrace Thy will;
Turn and revive us, Lord, again,
With all Thy fullness fill.

Come, Holy Ghost, the Savior’s love
Shed in our hearts abroad;
So shall we ever live, and move,
And be, with Christ, in God.