If the Way be Full of Trial, Weary Not

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1 If the way be full of trial, weary not;
If it's one of sore denial, weary not;
If it now be one of weeping,
There will come a joyous greeting,
When the harvest we are reaping,
weary not, Weary not.

Chorus:
Do not weary by the way,
Whatever by thy lot;
There awaits a brighter day,
To all, to all who weary not, weary not.

2 If the way be one of sorrow, weary not;
Happier will be the morrow, weary not.
Here we suffer tribulation;
Here we must endure temptation;
But there'll come a great salvation,
Weary not, Weary not. [Chorus]

3 If misfortunes overtake us, weary not;
Jesus never will forsake us, weary not.
He will leave us never, never;
From his love there's a naught can sever;
Glory to the Lamb forever,
weary not, Weary not. [Chorus]

Source: Joy to the World: or, sacred songs for gospel meetings #64

Author: W. H. Flaville

Born: March 27, 1829, Long Branch, New Jersey (birth name: Flavill). Died: November 26, 1897, Chester, Pennsylvania. Buried: Rural Cemetery, Chester, Pennsylvania. William’s parents were Edward Edwards Flavill and Jane Eliza Yelland Flavill; he married Mary Louisa Forrest Seary in 1852. He held many jobs, including Justice of the Peace, surveyor, "conveyancer," carpenter, real estate agent, and civil engineer. --www.hymntime.com/tch/… Go to person page >

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First Line: If the way be full of trial
Title: If the Way be Full of Trial, Weary Not
Author: W. H. Flaville
Refrain First Line: Do not weary by the way
Copyright: Public Domain

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