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I’ll Wish I Had Given Him More

The driving force in creating the new church was Grace Reese Adkins (1884-1973), who had moved from Mondovi, Wisconsin to Fayetteville in 1902 with her recently widowed father, Edwin Reese; four brothers; and four sisters. She had been a precocious child, learning to read before she started school (“though no one knew how or when”) and writing poetry when she was eight. She later recalled, “My childhood seemed to revolve around books, scissors, and pastepots.”[4]

I’ll Wish I Had Given Him More

By and by when I look on His face, Beautiful face, thorn Shadowed face

By and by when I look on His face I’ll Wish I had given Him more,

More, so much More, more of my life than I e’re gave before.

By and by when I look on His face, I’ll wish I had given him more.


By and by when He holds out His hands, welcoming hands, nail-riven hands

By and by when He holds out His hands, I’ll wish I had given Him more.

More, so much more, more of my love than I e’re gave before.

By and By when He holds out His hands, I’ll wish I had given Him more.


In the light of that heavenly place, light from His face, beautiful face

In the light of that heavenly place, I’ll wish I had given Him More.

More, so much more, treasures unbounded for Him I adore.

By and by when I look on His face, I’ll wish I had given Him more.

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