413. I Walk in Danger All the Way

1 I walk in danger all the way;
The tho't shall never leave me
That Satan, who has marked his prey,
Is plotting to deceive me.
This Foe with hidden snares
May seize me unawares
If e'er I fail to watch and pray.
I walk in danger all the way.

2 I pass thro' trials all the way,
With sin and ills contending;
In patience I must bear each day
The cross of God's own sending.
Oft in adversity
I know not where to flee;
When storms of woe my soul dismay,
I pass thro' trials all the way.

3 Death doth pursue me all the way,
Nowhere I rest securely;
He comes by night, he comes by day,
And takes his prey most surely.
A failing breath, and I
In death's strong grasp may lie
To face eternity for aye.
Death doth pursue me all the way.

4 I walk with angels all the way;
They shield me and befriend me.
All Satan's pow'r is held at bay
When heav'nly hosts attend me;
They are my sure defense,
All fear and sorrow, hence!
Unharmed by foes, do what they may,
I walk with angels all the way.

5 I walk with Jesus all the way,
His guidance never fails me.
Within His wounds I find a stay
When Satan's power assails me;
And by His footsteps led,
My path I safely tread.
In spite of ills that threaten may,
I walk with Jesus all the way.

6 My walk is heavenward all the way;
Await my soul, the morrow,
When thou shalt find release for aye
From all thy sin and sorrow.
All worldly pomp, begone!
To heaven I now press on.
For all the world I would not stay;
My walk is heavenward all the way.

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: I walk in danger all the way
Title: I Walk in Danger All the Way
Danish Title: Jeg gaar i Fare, hvor jeg gaar
Translator: Ditlef G. Ristad (1909, alt.)
Author: Hans A. Brorson (1734)
Meter: 8.7.8.7.6.6.8.8.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1941
Scripture:
Topic: Sanctification (The Christian Life): New Obedience
Tune Information
Name: DER LIEBEN SONNE LICHT UND PRACHT
Meter: 8.7.8.7.6.6.8.8.
Key: F Major
Source: "Geistreiches Gesangbuch," Halle, 1704



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