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551. In heavenly love abiding

1 In heavenly love abiding,
no change my heart shall fear;
and safe is such confiding,
for nothing changes here:
the storm may roar around me,
my heart may low be laid;
but God is round about me,
and can I be dismayed?

2 Wherever he may guide me,
no want shall turn me back;
my Shepherd is beside me
and nothing can I lack.
His wisdom ever waketh,
his sight is never dim;
he knows the way he taketh,
and I will walk with him.

3 Green pastures are before me,
which yet I have not seen;
bright skies will soon be o'er me,
where the dark clouds have been.
My hope I cannot measure:
my path to life is free;
my Saviour has my treasure,
and he will walk with me.

Text Information
First Line: In heavenly love abiding
Author: Anna Laetitia Waring (1823-1910)
Meter: 76 76 D
Language: English
Publication Date: 2005
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Life in Christ: Our Response to Christ - In Devotion; Courage; God: Protection of (1 more...)
Tune Information
Name: PENLAN
Composer: David Jenkins (1849-1915)
Meter: 76 76 D
Key: E♭ Major



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