1 In the garden, boldly, Peter would have fought;
Now he answers coldly, Nay, I know Him not.
I would stand forever near my Savior’s side,
Lest to glory yonder I should be denied.
2 Tho’ life’s stony pathway be with dangers fraught,
Let my falterings never say, I know Him not. [Refrain]
3 Though long years of sorrow be my earthly lot,
Let my murmurings never Say, I know Him not. [Refrain]
4 In the dark temptation, vows and prayers forgot,
Let my yielding never way, I know Him not. [Refrain]
5 So, in toil or pleasure, deed or word or thought,
Let me never, never, say, I know Him not. [Refrain]
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9342
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|The Cyber Hymnal #9342||Peter's Denial||In the garden, boldly, Peter would have fought||MALDIVES||Philip P. Bliss||220.127.116.11||<cite>The Prize</cite> by George F. Root (Chicago: Root & Cady, 1870)|