Into the heart of Jesus Deeper and deeper I go, Seeking to know the reason Why He should love me so— Why He should stoop to lift me Up from the miry clay, Saving my soul, making me whole, Though I had wandered away.
Into the will of Jesus Deeper and deeper I go, Praying for grace to follow, Seeking His way to know; Bowing in full surrender Low at His blessed feet, Bidding Him take, break me and make, Till I am molded and meet.
Into the cross of Jesus Deeper and deeper I go, Following through the garden, Facing the dreaded foe; Drinking the cup of sorrow, Sobbing with broken heart, “O Savior, help! dear Savior, help! Grace for my weakness impart.”
Into the joy of Jesus Deeper and deeper I go, Rising, with soul enraptured, Far from the world below; Joy in the place of sorrow, Peace in the midst of pain, Jesus will give, Jesus will give, He will uphold and sustain.
Into the love of Jesus Deeper and deeper I go, Praising the One who brought me Out of my sin and woe; And through eternal ages Gratefully I shall sing, “Oh, how He loved! Oh, how He loved! Jesus, my Lord and my King!”