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In His Pavilion Hiding

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1. In his pavilion hiding,
A refuge I have found,
When clouds of trouble gather,
Or storms of life abound.

O Christ, my only refuge,
Thy name I will adore,
For in thy blest pavilion
I'm safe forevermore.

2. In his pavilion hiding,
When foes my faith assail,
No pow'r of hell can ever
Against my soul prevail.

3. In his pavilion hiding,
My trusting soul is blest;
And in his secret presence
Is everlasting rest.

4. In his pavilion hiding,
More safe I could not be;
For in the sorest conflict,
Love's wings are over me.

Source: Salvation Echoes: a new collection of spiritual songs; hymning the tidings of full salvation #122

Author: William J. Henry

Originally from Ohio, Henry was an early leader in the Holiness Movement near Boyertown, Pennsylvania. In 1889 he, answered a call to hold revival meetings in eastern Pennsylvania. Denominational leaders had received requests from congregations there, but had no one to send. Though Henry was only 22 years old, he proved a very effective organizer. He toured eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey for several months each year till 1895. He became a very active evangelist and song writer, holding meetings in every American state and in Britain. --www.hymntime.com/tch… Go to person page >

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First Line: In his pavilion hiding
Title: In His Pavilion Hiding
Author: William J. Henry
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O Christ, my only refuge



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