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Fear not, God is watching

God cares for his children

Author: Sallie Keep Best
Tune: [God cares for His children]
Published in 5 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 God cares for His children
Where’er they may be,
Upon the bleak mountain
Or on the deep sea;
In mansion or cottage
He keeps them in view;
Fear not, God is watching
With love over you.

2 The bird in the treetop
May rest in His care;
The waves are a cradle,
And Jesus is there;
The chorus may sleep ‘neath
The frost and the dew;
Fear not, God is watching
With love over you.

3 He ever is near you
Tho’ oft you may stray,
His loving eyes follow
You all on the way;
He loves you so dearly,
Be faithful and true;
Fear not, God is watching
With love over you.

Source: Sunshine No. 2: songs for the Sunday school #37

Author: Sallie Keep Best

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Text Information

First Line: God cares for his children
Title: Fear not, God is watching
Author: Sallie Keep Best

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Instances (1 - 5 of 5)

Banner of Love Songs #d44

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Gospel Carols #193

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Hymns and Spiritual Songs #9

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Little Branches No. 4 #2

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Sunshine No. 2 #37

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