72. Day by Day

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1 Day by day and with each passing moment,
strength I find to meet my trials here;
trusting in my Father’s wise bestowment,
I’ve no cause for worry or for fear.
He whose heart is kind beyond all measure
gives unto each day what he deems best–
lovingly, its part of pain and pleasure,
mingling toil with peace and rest.

2 Every day the Lord Himself is near me
with a special mercy for each hour;
all my cares He gladly bears and cheers me,
He whose name is Counselor and Power.
The protection of His child and treasure
is a charge that on Himself He laid;
“As your days, your strength shall be in measure,”
this the pledge to me He made.

3 Help me then in every tribulation
so to trust Your promises, O Lord,
that I lose not faith’s sweet consolation
offered me within Your holy Word.
Help me, Lord, when toil and trouble meeting,
e'er to take, as from a father’s hand,
one by one, the days, the moments fleeting,
till I reach the promised land.

Text Information
First Line: Day by day and with each passing moment
Title: Day by Day
Original Language: Swedish
Author: Caroline V. Sandell-Berg (1866)
Translator: A. L. Skoog (1921)
Meter: 10.9.10.9.10.9.10.7
Publication Date: 2010
Topic: God the Father: Sustainer; Adversity; Faith and Trust (1 more...)
Tune Information
Name: BLOTT EN DAG
Composer: Oscar Ahnfelt (1872)
Meter: 10.9.10.9.10.9.10.7
Key: E♭ Major



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