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24. Peace has unveiled her smiling face

Peace has unveiled her smiling face,
And wooes thy soul to her embrace,
Enjoyed with ease, if thou refrain
From earthly love, else sought in vain;
She dwells with all who truth prefer,
But seeks not them who seek not her.

Yield to the Lord, with simple heart,
All that thou hast, and all thou art;
Renounce all strength but strength divine;
And peace shall be for ever thine:
Behold the path which I have trod,
My path, till I go home to God.

Text Information
First Line: Peace has unveiled her smiling face
Title: Peace has unveiled her smiling face
Translator: William Cowper
Author: Madame Guyon
Publication Date: 1800
Language: English
Tune Information
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