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He Will Ever Abide With Me

I have found a friend that never will fail

Author: Dr. E. T. Cassel
Tune: [I have found a friend that never will fail]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I have found a friend that never will fail,
He will ever abide with me;
Tho’ the mountains fall and crumble as shale
He will ever abide with me.

Refrain:
Just the same today and yesterday
And forever more the same,
All his boundless love endureth for aye,
He will ever abide with me.

2 Earthly friends may leave and never return
He will ever abide with me;
At his feet I wait his pleasure to learn,
He will ever abide with me. [Refrain]

3 When the final call comes over the main
He will ever abide with me;
When in mansion fair I ever shall rain,
He will ever abide with me. [Refrain]

Source: Calvary's Praises #38

Author: Dr. E. T. Cassel

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Text Information

First Line: I have found a friend that never will fail
Title: He Will Ever Abide With Me
Author: Dr. E. T. Cassel
Refrain First Line: Just the same today and yesterday
Copyright: Public Domain

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Calvary's Praises #38

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