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I know I am willing

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1. I know I am willing to go where God leads,
To say what he bids me, to be what he pleads,
Yet one thing I'm learning, to wait and be still,
God wants his dear children to do his whole will.

Oh yes, I am willing to go or to stay,
I only would know what he'd have me to do;
For Jesus wants children to strictly obey,
While waiting and watching his coming in view.

2. In lonliest valley or loftiest hill,
What care I so long as my Lord has his will;
My all I've surrendered, myself I resign
To him who now keeps me by power divine. [Refrain]

3. And when at the end of the journey I meet
The Lord who is waiting his loved ones to greet;
I'll hear the words "faithful and true thou has been,
Receive ye thy crown and enter thou in." [Refrain]

Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #75

Text Information

First Line: I know I am willing
Refrain First Line: O yes, I am willing


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Carols of Hope #75

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