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226. God is our refuge and defense

1 God is our refuge and defense;
In trouble our unfailing aid:
Secure in His omnipotence,
What foe can make our souls afraid!

2 Yea, though the earth's foundations rock,
And mountains down the gulf be hurled,
His people smile amid the shock:
They look beyond this transient world.

3 There is a river, pure and bright,
Whose streams make glad the heavenly plains,
Where in eternity of light
The city of our God remains.

4 Built by the word of His command,
With His unclouded presence blest,
Firm as His throne the bulwarks stand;
There is our home, our hope, our rest.

Text Information
First Line: God is our refuge and defense
Author: G. Rawson
Publication Date: 1918
Topic: Reformation, Church, Missions
Notes: Tune: MISSIONARY CHANT
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