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I'm a pilgrim and will walk with Jesus

Author: P. Schueck Hymnal: Hymnal for Church, School and Home #d61 (1908) Hymnal Title: Hymnal for Church, School and Home
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I'm a pilgrim and will walk with Jesus

Author: C. W. Schaefer; P. Schueck Hymnal: Sunday-School Book #248 (1896) Hymnal Title: Sunday-School Book
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I'm a pilgrim and will walk with Jesus

Hymnal: The Church and Sunday-School Hymnal #246 (1898) Hymnal Title: The Church and Sunday-School Hymnal
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I'm a pilgrim and will walk with Jesus

Author: C. W. Schaeffer; P. Schueck Hymnal: Wartburg Hymnal #144 (1918) Hymnal Title: Wartburg Hymnal Lyrics: 1 I'm a pilgrim and will walk with Jesus, In Him only shall our life be blest; All the way from doubts and fears He frees us, He alone keeps heart and mind at rest, He alone keeps heart and mind at rest. 2 Seas, lands, vales, and mountains firm abiding, Joyful I traverse, held by His hand; But for this, my Savior's loving guiding, I could never reach the promised land, I could never reach the promised land. 3 When I sleep He keepeth guard around me; When I wake He is my strength and stay; He takes care that nothing shall confound me, Leads me right when doubtful is the way, Leads me right when doubtful is the way. 4 In Him ever would I be abiding, In Him meat and drink and peace I have, In His gracious arms my place of hiding; Soul and body both His love will save, Soul and body both His love will save. 5 Him I follow till my days are ended, Till Himself shall call me home to rest; In the Father's house there'll be extended The glad welcome of a heavenly guest, The glad welcome of a heavenly guest. Topics: New Year

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