10821. Hope On

1 Hope on, hope on, O troubled heart;
If doubts and fears o’ertake thee,
Remember this—The Lord hath said,
He never will forsake thee;
Then murmur not, still bear thy lot,
Nor yield to care or sorrow;
Be sure the clouds that frown today,
Will break in smiles tomorrow.

2 Hope on, hope on, though dark and deep
The shadows gather o’er thee;
Be not dismayed; thy Savior holds
The lamp of life before thee;
And if He will that thou today
Shouldst tread the vale of sorrow,
Be not afraid, but trust and wait;
The sun will shine tomorrow.

3 Hope on, hope on, go bravely forth
Through trial and temptation,
Directed by the word of truth,
So full of consolation;
There is a calm for every storm,
A joy for every sorrow,
A night from which the soul shall wake
To hail an endless morrow.

Text Information
First Line: Hope on, hope on, O troubled heart
Title: Hope On
Author: Fanny Crosby
Meter: 87.87 D
Source: Gospel Hymns No. 6 by Ira D. Sankey, James McGranahan and George C. Stebbins (New York/Chicago: Biglow & Main/John Church, 1891)
Language: English
Notes: Some hymnals show the author as Robert Bruce, one of Fanny's pseudonyms
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: CORUÑA
Composer: James H. Burke (1891)
Meter: 87.87 D
Key: C Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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