Number: 373
Title: Nothing Between
Composer: Charles Albert Tindley, ca. 1906;F. A. Clark
Author: Charles Albert Tindley, ca. 1906
Theme: Aspiration and Resolve;Assurance;Christian Perfection;Comfort;Justifying Grace: Assurance;Sanctifiying and Perfecting Grace: Personal Holiness

1.	Nothing between my soul and my Savior, 
	naught of this world's delusive dream;
	I have renounced all sinful pleasure; 
	Jesus is mine, there's nothing between.

	Nothing between my soul and my Savior, 
	so that his blessed face may be seen; 
	nothing preventing the least of his favor; 
	keep the way clear! let nothing between.

2.	Nothing between, like worldly pleasure; 
	habits of life, though harmless they seem, 
	must not my heart from him ever sever; 
	he is my all, there's nothing between. 

3.	Nothing between, like pride or station; 
	self or friends shall not intervene; 
	though it may cost me much tribulation, 
	I am resolved, there's nothing between. 

4.	Nothing between, e'en many hard trials, 
	though the whole world against me convene; 
	watching with prayer and much self denial, 
	I'll triumph at last, there's nothing between.