Mi espíritu, alma y cuerpo

Representative Text

1 Mi espíritu, alma y cuerpo,
Mi ser, mi vida entera,
Cual viva, santa ofrenda,
Entrego a Ti, mi Dios.

Coro:
Mi todo a Dios consagro
En Cristo, el vivo altar:
¡Descienda el fuego santo,
Su sello celestial!

2 Soy tuyo, Jesucristo,
Comprado con tu sangre;
Contigo haz Tú que yo ande
En plena comunión. [Coro]

3 Espíritu divino,
Del Padre la promesa,
Sedienta, mi alma anhela
De Ti la santa unción [Coro]



Source: Culto Cristiano #142

Author: Mary D. James

Mary Dagworthy Yard James USA 1810-1883. Born at Trenton, NJ, she began teaching Sunday school at age 13 in the Methodist Episcopal Church. She married Henry B James, and they had four children: Joseph, Mary, Ann, and Charles.. She became a prominent figure in the Wesleyan Holiness movement of the early 1800s, assisting Phoebe Palmer (also a hymnist) and often leading meetings at Ocean Grove, NJ, and elsewhere. She wrote articles that appeared in the “Guide to holiness”, “The New York Christian advocate”, “The contributor”, “The Christian witness:, “The Christian woman”, “The Christian standard”, and the “Ocean Grove record”. She wrote a biography of Edmund J Yard entitled, “The soul winner” (1883). She… Go to person page >

Translator: H. C. E.

(no biographical information available about H. C. E..) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Mi espíritu, alma y cuerpo
English Title: My spirit, soul, and body
Author: Mary D. James
Translator: H. C. E.
Meter: 7.7.7.6 with refrain
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Mi todo a Dios consagro en Cristo
Copyright: Public Domain

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