I was privileged to preach a youth camp a few weeks back in Washington State with a great group of friends and pastors. During one of the morning sessions, the music director led the camp in singing a song entitled "Complete In Thee." As I listened to the words of this song, I was so encouraged and moved by the doctrine found in this incredible song! After a bit of research I discovered that the song was written in the 1800s and was put to a new tune in 2003. I have not stopped singing this incredbile hymn that was put to a new arrangement since I got home! I hope you will learn this song and incorporate it into your daily worship!
Complete in Thee, no work of mine could take dear Lord the place of Thine.
Thy blood hath pardon bought for me, and I shall stand complete in Thee!
Yea, justified, oh blessed thought! And sanctified salvation wrought!
Thy blood hath pardon bought for me, and glorified I, too, shall be.
Complete in Thee, each want supplied, and no good thing to me denied,
Since Thou my portion Lord, will be, I ask no more, complete in Thee!
Complete in Thee, no more shall sin Thy grace has conquered reign within;
Thy blood shall bid the tempter flee, and I shall stand, complete in Thee!
Dear Savior, when, before Thy bar, all tribes and tongues assembled are,
Among the chosen I shall be, at Thy right hand complete in Thee!
"And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power:" - Colossians 2:10