The Image of Christ.
To me to live, let it be Christ,
To me to die will then be gain,
If here into his death baptized,
His resurrection I attain.
As He was in the world, let me,
Born from above, my course fulfil;
My meat, my drink, my business be
To do my heavenly Father's will.
So, when He comes, with glory crown'd,
To claim His own, and seal them His,
I in his likeness shall be found,
For I shall see Him as He is.