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1 Is your hand on the plow? hold on, hold on,
And follow in the good old track;
And remember the word of the Lord who said,
Take heed that ye look not back.
With a firm, steady will, hold on, hold on,
And the end its reward will bring;
For the tried and the true shall receive at last
A crown from the Lord our King.
2 Are you strong in the faith? hold on, hold on,
No matter what the world may do;
Keep your eye on the cross, with a calm, clear gaze,
And know there is light for you. [Refrain]
3 Are you safe in the Ark? hold on, hold on,
Tho' drifting o’er a stormy way;
It will rise, it will rest on the fair green hills
That bloom in eternal day. [Refrain]Source: Joyful Lays: a new collection of songs, prepared and adapted for the Sunday School #110