Not being able to find "Don't Let My Love Grow Cold" in my Anglican hymnal, I did a quick web search which indicated that the songwriter is a Canadian of Mennonite background who is currently working with an organization called Vineyard. He appears to be a fine example of the casual/contemporary branches of evanglical protestantism, but other than a general call to faith, is there a particular signicance of this particular song to this thread, the Church of Nigeria or the Anglican Communion?
I'm an outside observer and maybe have no right even to comment, but it's sad to see what theological liberalism has done to this church. Perhaps, though, it's a refining process. That's all the lyrics meant.