647. I know not where the road will lead

1 I know not where the road will lead
I follow day by day,
or where it ends: I only know
I walk the King's highway.
I know not if the way is long,
and no one else can say;
but rough or smooth, up hill or down,
I walk the King's highway.

2 And some I love have reached the end,
but some with me may stay,
their faith and hope still guiding me:
I walk the King's highway.
The way is truth, the way is love,
for light and strength I pray,
and through the years of life, to God
I walk the King's highway.

3 The countless hosts lead on before,
I must not fear nor stray;
with them, the pilgrims of the faith,
I walk the King's highway.
Through light and dark the road leads on
till dawns the endless day,
when I shall know why in this life
I walk the King's highway.

Text Information
First Line: I know not where the road will lead
Author: Evelyn Atwater Cummins, 1891-1971
Meter: CMD
Language: English
Publication Date: 1985
Tune Information
Name: LARAMIE
Composer: Arnold George Henry Bode, 1866-1952
Meter: CMD
Key: F Major
Copyright: Copyright The Church Pension Fund



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