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844. Whom have we, Lord, in heav'n, but thee

1 Whom have we, Lord, in heav'n, but thee,
And whom on earth beside?
Where else for succor can we flee,
Or in whose strength confide?

2 Thou art our portion here below,
Our promised bliss above;
Ne'er may our souls an object know
So precious as thy love.

3 When heart and flesh, O Lord, shall fail,
Thou wilt our spirits cheer;
Support us through life's thorny vale,
And calm each anxious fear.

Text Information
First Line: Whom have we, Lord, in heav'n, but thee
Author: Anon.
Meter: C. M.
Publication Date: 1873
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: Provisions of the Gospel: Invitations and Promises; God the Portion of the Soul
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