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He Careth For Thee

He careth for thee, whosoever thou art

Author: Mrs. E. H. Bemis (1909)
Tune: [He careth for thee, whosoever thou art]
Published in 1 hymnal

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 He careth for thee, whosoever thou art,
Ne’er think that thou canst in His love have no part;
He loved thee while yet lost in sin thou didst roam,
And sent His own Son to lead thee to His home.

He careth for thee, surely careth for thee,
In mercy He careth for thee.

2 He watches o’er thee every day, every hour,
No danger can harm if thou trust in His power;
The voice of thy cry His compassion will wake,
The soul He has saved He will never forsake. [Refrain]

3 Then cast upon Him all thy burden and care;
Oh, why wilt thou still such a weary load bear?
Believe in His love, look to Him for His aid,
And sing, I will trust and will not be afraid. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10290

Author: Mrs. E. H. Bemis

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Text Information

First Line: He careth for thee, whosoever thou art
Title: He Careth For Thee
Author: Mrs. E. H. Bemis (1909)
Source: The Beginner's Choir by Edmund S. Lorenz and Ira B. Wilson (Dayton, OH: Lorenz Publishing Company, 1911)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: He careth for thee, surely careth for thee


The Cyber Hymnal #10290
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