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Jesus all the time

Representative Text

1 Christ in me the hope for all,
While he leads I can not fall;
Be I low or lifted up,
Jesus sweetens every cup.

Jesus all the way along,
Jesus is my prayer and song,
Jesus gives a peace sublime,
Jesus, Jesus all the time.

2 Though myself am e'er so frail,
Christ my Savior ne'er can fail;
While he lives and reigns in me
Sure my anchorage must be. [Chorus]

3 Jesus reigns, all fullness dwells,
Every cloud of doubt dispels;
If I in the valley stay
Jesus brightens all the way. [Chorus]

4 What an easy quiet road
Traveling on to Heaven and God;
Trusting him, he knoweth best
Here is where I find my rest. [Chorus]

5 Jesus every day and hour,
Jesus keeps with mighty power;
Oh, the preciousness to be
Just relying, Lord, on thee. [Chorus]

Source: Joy to the World: or, sacred songs for gospel meetings #49

Author: Edgar Page Stites

Real name Edgar Page Stites. Used Edgar Page… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Christ in me the hope for all
Title: Jesus all the time
Author: Edgar Page Stites
Refrain First Line: Jesus all the way along
Copyright: Public Domain



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