Scripture Verse

My Lord and my God. John 20:28


J. Lincoln Hall (1866–1930)

Words: C. Aus­tin Miles, 1912.

Music: J. Lin­coln Hall (🔊 pdf nwc).

C. Austin Miles (1868–1946)


There is a shepherd who cares for His own,
And He is mine;
Nothing am I, He’s a king on a throne,
But He is mine;
How can He love such a sinner as I,
Though He is mine,
I cannot fathom though often I try,
But He is mine.


He is mine; He is mine;
Though it is wonderful, yet it is true,
That He is mine.

Jesus left Hea­ven my Sav­ior to be,
And He is mine;
I am not worth all He suffered for me,
But He is mine;
Though I’m not worthy He dwells in my heart,
And He is mine;
From Him I’ll ne­ver, no, ne­ver depart,
For He is mine.


There is a comforter come from above,
He, too, is mine,
Coming to me to reveal Je­sus’ love,
And that is mine;
Shepherd and Sav­ior, and comforter, too,
They all are mine;
That’s why I know the old story is true,
They all are mine.