Words: Ap­peared in the Church of Eng­land Mag­a­zine, March 3, 1858; var­i­ous­ly at­trib­ut­ed to Mary Ann Ser­rett Bar­ber (1801-1884) or (1810-1883).

Music: Alet­ta, , Ju­bi­lee (New York: 1858).

Prince of Peace, control my will;
Bid the struggling heart be still;
Bid my fears and doubtings cease,
Hush my spirit into peace.

Thou hast bought me with Thy blood,
Opened wide the gate to God;
Peace I ask, but peace must be,
Lord, in being one with Thee.

May Thy will, not mine, be done;
May Thy will and mine be one;
Chase these doubtings from my heart,
Now Thy perfect peace impart.

Savior, at Thy feet I fall,
Thou my life, my God, my all;
Let Thy happy servant be
One forevermore with Thee!