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Are you trusting in the Lord today (Guptill)

Are you trusting in the Lord today (Guptill)

Author: Elizabeth F. Guptill
Tune: [Are you trusting in the Lord today?]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Are you trusting in the Lord today?
Are you bowing to His will alway?
Are you lifting up your heart in pray’r?
Do you contented rest within the Father’s care?

He will guard and guide, whatsoe’er betide,
Ever by His side
He will keep us,
He will keep us ever;
He will lead us all the way,
If we His work are doing to the world today.

2 Are you working for the Lord today?
Are you leading others in His way?
Do you help your fallen brother rise?
Do you his burdens bear, and point him to the skies? [Refrain]

3 Are you living for the Lord today?
Are you keeping close to Him alway?
Do you keep your loving heart so near
That you His slightest word to you will quickly hear? [Refrain]

Source: Jubilate : A Modern Sunday-School Hymnal #134

Author: Elizabeth F. Guptill

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Text Information

First Line: Are you trusting in the Lord today (Guptill)
Author: Elizabeth F. Guptill
Refrain First Line: He will guard the guide



Instances (1 - 2 of 2)

Choir Gems, No.2 #d4

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Jubilate #134

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