What is this, Lord Jesus, that Thou shouldst make an end Of all that I possess, and give Thyself to me? So that there is nothing now to call my own Save Thee; Thyself alone my treasure. Taking all, Thou givest full measure of Thyself With all things else eternal— Things unlike the mouldly pelf by earth possessed. But as to life and godliness, all things are mine And in God's garments dressed I am; With Thee, an heir to riches in the spheres divine. Strange, I say, that suffering loss I have so gained everything in getting Me a friend who bore a cross.