Doamne, viața mea Ți-o dau
Doamne, viața mea Ți-o dau,
Pe deplin eu mă predau;
Mă condu Tu pas cu pas,
Ziua, noaptea-n orice ceas.
Cu întreagă ființa mea,
Mă predau în slujba Ta.
Umple-mi inima de foc,
Asta, Doamne, eu Te rog.
Ale mele mâini le ia,
Să lucreze-n via Ta,
Și picioarele, la fel,
Să-Ți urmeze ca un miel.
Glasul meu să îl sfințești
Să-Ți servească cum dorești.
Limpezeste-l, fă-l curat,
Ca să-Ți cânte ne-ncetat.
Libertatea-mi Ți-o jertfesc,
Ce mi-e scump Îți dăruiesc.
Gândul îmi va fi mereu
Îndreptat spre lucrul Tau.
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Versiunea Originală

1. I am coming to the cross;
I am poor, and weak, and blind;
I am counting all but dross;
I shall full salvation find.

I am trusting, Lord, in thee,
Thou dear Lamb of Calvary;
Humbly at thy cross I bow;
Save me, Jesus, save me now.

2. Long my heart has sighed for thee;
Long as evil reigned within;
Jesus sweetly speaks to me,
I will cleanse you from all sin. [Refrain]

3. Here I give my all to thee,--
Friends, and time, and earthly store;
Soul and body thine to be--
Wholly thine--forever more. [Refrain]

4. In the promises I trust;
Now I feel the blood applied;
I am prostrate in the dust;
I with Christ am crucified. [Refrain]

5. Jesus comes! he fills my soul!
Perfected in love I am;
I am every whit made whole;
Glory, glory to the Lamb. [Refrain]

Povestea din Spate (EN)

"The hymn was writ­ten in 1870 in the ci­ty of Brook­lyn, New York, while I was pas­tor in that ci­ty. I had felt the need of a hymn to aid seek­ers of heart pur­i­ty while at the al­tar. I had de­sired some­thing, sim­ple in ex­press­ion, true to ex­per­i­ence, and end­ing in the full­ness of love. The tune com­posed by Mr. Fisch­er, with the first two lines of the chor­us, I had seen, and was much pleased with their sim­pli­ci­ty. And as I was sit­ting in my stu­dy one day, the line of thought came rush­ing in­to my mind, and I be­gan to write, and in a few minu­tes the hymn was on pa­per. It was first sung at a Na­tion­al Camp­meet­ing, be­ing held at Ham­il­ton, Mass., June 22, 1870. It has been trans­lat­ed into many lang­uag­es, and sung all round the globe." (William MacDonald, 1871)