Thou Canst Save

Representative Text

1 In life’s longest, fiercest battle,
Thou wilt keep me, Savior mine;
When the tempest wildly rages,
Keep me in Thy love divine.

Thou canst save me,
Thou canst hold me,
Dearest Savior, Thou alone,
May I stand securely, ever,
On the sure foundation stone.

2 When my faith, in trials, wavers,
Hasten, Lord, Thine aid afford;
Give me some sweet glimpse of glory,
Speak some strength-inspiring word. [Refrain]

3 Come what may, then, calm or tempest,
Light or darkness, joy or woe;
By Thy presence cheer’d, defended,
I shall fear no storm nor foe. [Refrain]

Source: Songs of Faith and Hope #46

Author: W. J. Herbert Hogan

Early 20th Century Currently, our only data on Hogan is that he was a minister. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In life's longest fiercest battle
Title: Thou Canst Save
Author: W. J. Herbert Hogan
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Thou canst save me
Copyright: Public Domain



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