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In thee, O Spirit true and tender

In thee, O Spirit true and tender

Author: Frances A. Fox
Published in 17 hymnals

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1. In Thee, O Spirit, true and tender,
I find my life as God’s own child;
Within Thy light of glorious splendor
I lose the earth-clouds drear and wild.

2. Within Thy love is safe abiding
From every thought that giveth fear;
Within Thy truth a perfect chiding,
Should I forget that Thou art near.

3. In Thee I have no pain or sorrow,
No anxious thought, no load of care.
Thou art the same today, tomorrow;
Thy love and truth are everywhere.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #3011

Author: Frances A. Fox

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First Line: In thee, O Spirit true and tender
Author: Frances A. Fox
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #3011
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The Cyber Hymnal #3011

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