He Doth Keep Me

He doth feed me, He doth feed me

Author: A. H. Bradon
Tune: [He doth feed me, he doth feed me]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 He doth feed me, he doth feed me,
In his pastures large and fair;
By the rivers of his grace I'm led along;
He doth keep me, he doth keep me,
All my way he doth prepare,
I have found a refuge and a shelter strong.

Refrain:
He doth keep me, guide and protect me forever,
He doth keep me safe as I journey along;
He doth keep me, blessed and wonderful story,
No other help need I, His love is so tender and strong.

2 Tho' I walk in Death's dark valley,
Tho' I suffer every ill,
Tho' the clouds hang thick and threat'ning o'er my way;
He'll be with me, he will give me,
All his love and comfort still,
And his rod and staff will ever be my stay. [Refrain]

3 Humble are the gifts I bring him,
There is little I can do,
For my talents and my strength are very small;
But to love him and to trust him,
He accepts as service true,
From the heart of each who listens to his call. [Refrain]

4 Surely such a loving service
I can bring him day by day,
While his goodness and his mercy follow me;
Then forever and forever
In his heavenly home I may
Dwell with him in perfect peace and purity. [Refrain]

Source: Songs of the Century #150

Author: A. H. Bradon

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Text Information

First Line: He doth feed me, He doth feed me
Title: He Doth Keep Me
Author: A. H. Bradon
Refrain First Line: He doth guide me
Copyright: Public Domain

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Songs of the Century #150

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