I Am Still With Thee

I am still with thee

Author: Eden Reeder Latta
Tune: [I am still with Thee]
Published in 4 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I am still with Thee,
Where’er I stray;
I am still with Thee,
By night and day;
On the morning’s wings
Tho’ I repair
To the farthest bound,
The Lord is there!

In that home above,
Oh, let me be
Dear Lord, with Thee.

2 I am still with Thee,
In bliss or woe;
I am still with Thee,
I joyous know;
On Thy arm of might
My soul shall lean,
When the storm is loud,
Or sky serene! [Refrain]

3 I am still with Thee,
Tho’ far I rove;
I am still with Thee,
And feel Thy love;
In each trying hour
Be Thou my friend,
And my journey thro’
My steps attend. [Refrain]

4 I am still with Thee,
Tho’ from my sight
Thou art hidden still
By day and night;
When the vale of death
My feet shall near,
May Thy presence quell
My every fear. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10509

Author: Eden Reeder Latta

Eden Reeder Latta, 1839-1915 Born: March 24, 1839, Haw Patch, In­di­a­na. Died: Dec 21, 1915, Gut­ten­berg, Io­wa. Buried: City cem­e­tery, Gut­ten­berg, Io­wa. Boyhood friend of Wil­liam A. Og­den, Lat­ta taught for a time in the pub­lic schools of Coles­burg, Io­wa. He wrote over 1,600 songs and hymns in his life­time. His works in­clude: The Ri­ver of Life (Bos­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts: Ol­iv­er Dit­son Com­pa­ny) Sources: Hall, pp. 173-75 Lyrics-- Away to the Woods Beautiful Robe and Crown Blessèd Be the Fount­ain Bright Glo­ry to Come Can Je­sus See and Hear? Come to Je­sus Green Past­ures He Is Ris­en I’m a Child of the King It Is… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: I am still with thee
Title: I Am Still With Thee
Author: Eden Reeder Latta
Language: English
Refrain First Line: In that home above
Copyright: Public Domain



The Cyber Hymnal #10509
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The Cyber Hymnal #10509

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