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38. I Will Gladly Follow Him

Chorus:
No matter where the Savior leads me,
I will follow, gladly follow!
No matter where the Savior needs me,
I will gladly follow Him.

1 Dark may seem the path in which he leads me on,
Soon the light will shine, the darkness all be gone;
Long may seem the night, yet sure the day will dawn,
I will gladly follow him. [Chorus]

2 Hand in hand with him no enemies I fear;
Ev‘ry foe must fly, and vanquished disappear;
Safe amid the battle, sure that vict'ry's near,
I will gladly follow him. [Chorus]

3 If he leads to toil, in toil may I be spent;
If thro' trials fierce, I walk the path he went;
All his will to suffer I am still content,
I will gladly follow Him. [Chorus]

4 Sure am I his mercy nevermore will fail;
Over sin and sorrow he will still prevail;
O'er the mount of struggle, thro' the peaceful dale,
I will gladly follow him. [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: Dark may seem the path in which he leads me on
Title: I Will Gladly Follow Him
Author: E. S. L.
Publication Date: 1903
Refrain First Line: No matter where the Savior leads me
Tune Information
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