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R42. John 14:1-7: Let not your hearts with anxious thoughts

Let not your hearts with anxious thoughts
be troubled or dismayed;
But trust in Providence divine,
and trust my gracious aid.

I to my Father’s house return;
there numerous mansions stand,
And glory manifold abounds
through all the happy land.

I go your entrance to secure,
and your abode prepare;
Regions unknown are safe to you,
when I, your friend, am there.

Thence shall I come, when ages close,
to take you home with me;
There we shall meet to part no more,
and still together be.

I am the way, the truth, the life:
no son of human race,
But such as I conduct and guide,
shall see my Father’s face.

Text Information
First Line: Let not your hearts with anxious thoughts
Title: John 14:1-7: Let not your hearts with anxious thoughts
Publication Date: 1800
Meter: 8,6,8,6
Scripture:
Language: English
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