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40. Anywhere With Jesus

1 Anywhere with Jesus, says the Christian heart;
Let Him take me where He will, so we do not part;
Always sitting at His feet, there’s no room for fears;
Anywhere with Jesus, in this vale of tears.

Anywhere with Jesus, ev’rywhere I go;
Jesus shall my leader be, while I sojourn below;
Always sitting at His feet, there’s no room for fears;
Anywhere with Jesus, in this vale of tears.

2 Anywhere with Jesus, tho’ He leadeth me
Where the path is rough and long, where dangers be;
Tho’ He taketh from me all I love here below,
Anywhere with Jesus, gladly will I go. [Chorus]

3 Anywhere with Jesus, though it be the tomb,
With its fearful terror, with its dreaded gloom;
Though it be the weariness of a long-drawn life,
Fainting in the constant toil, drooping in the strife. [Chorus]

4 Anywhere with Jesus, for it cannot be
Dreary, dark, or desolate, when He is with me;
He will love me alway, ev’ry need He’ll supply;
Anywhere with Jesus, should I live or die. [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: Anywhere with Jesus, says the Christian heart
Title: Anywhere With Jesus
Refrain First Line: Anywhere with Jesus, everywhere I go
Language: English
Publication Date: 1885
Topic: Christian Courage and Cheer; Christian Experience

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