Composer: Graham Kendrick, Keith Getty, and Kristyn Getty

Author: Graham Kendrick, Keith Getty, and Kristyn Getty

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VERSE 1:
My worth is not in what I own
Not in the strength of flesh and bone
But in the costly wounds of love
At the cross

VERSE 2:
My worth is not in skill or name
In win or lose, in pride or shame
But in the blood of Christ that flowed
At the cross

CHORUS:
I rejoice in my Redeemer
Greatest Treasure,
Wellspring of my soul
I will trust in Him, no other.
My soul is satisfied in Him alone.

VERSE 3:
As summer flow'rs we fade and die
Fame, youth and beauty hurry by
But life eternal calls to us
At the cross

VERSE 4:
I will not boast in wealth or might
Or human wisdom’s fleeting light
But I will boast in knowing Christ
At the cross

CHORUS:
I rejoice in my Redeemer
Greatest Treasure,
Wellspring of my soul
I will trust in Him, no other.
My soul is satisfied in Him alone.

VERSE 5:
Two wonders here that I confess
My worth and my unworthiness
My value fixed - my ransom paid
At the cross

CHORUS:
I rejoice in my Redeemer
Greatest Treasure,
Wellspring of my soul
I will trust in Him, no other.
My soul is satisfied in Him alone.

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piano, strings, soloist

This arrangement of “My Worth is Not In What I Own” is scored for piano, string ensemble, and voice. There are some intricate rhythms in the piano part which are harder to read than they are to play.

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