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1 I am safe in the Rock that is higher than I;
This my refuge thro’ storms e’er shall be;
Tho’ my frail bark is tossed on the billows’ mad foam,
Yet I’m sheltered forever in Thee.
Sheltered in Thee, sheltered in Thee,
O Thou blest Rock of Ages,
I am sheltered in Thee.
2 I am safe in the Cleft that was riven for me;
From the pow’r of the tempter I’m free;
Tho’ my path way be dark, and the storms sweep the sky,
Yet securely I’m sheltered in Thee. [Refrain]
3 I am safe in the Rock let whatever betide;
Death and hell have no terror to me,
I can walk without fear thro’ the shadowy vale,
For securely I’m sheltered in Thee. [Refrain]Source: Crowning Day No. 3 #16