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I am leaning on his arm

Representative Text

1 I am safe as here I travel,
Holding Jesus' hand so warm,
While the threads of life unravel,
I am leaning on His arm.

Refrain:
I am trusting in the savior,
Gone are sins that can alarm;
Daily as I seek His favor,
I am leaning on His arm.

2 I am sowing for His reaping,
Fearing not a foe or harm
Tho the tempest may be sweeping;
I am leaning on His arm. [Refrain]

3 "What a friend we have in Jesus,"
When earth's dangers would alarm,
From our doubt and fear He frees us,
I am leaning on His arm. [Refrain]

Source: Melodies of Love #97

Author: Urey S. Lindsey

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Text Information

First Line: I am safe as here I travel
Title: I am leaning on his arm
Author: Urey S. Lindsey
Refrain First Line: I am trusting

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