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I Trust in Thee

Jesus my Friend, my Lord, my King

Author: Will O. Jones (1919)
Published in 1 hymnal

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1. Jesus my Friend, my Lord, my King,
Thou art the Rock to which I cling;
I know Thy promise is for me:
I claim it, Lord, I’m free!

I trust in Thee to take me thru,
I trust in Thee to keep me true;
Thou art the Life, the Truth, the Way,
Lead Thou me on to realms of day.

2. Jesus my Rock, in Thee I hide,
Whatever ill my soul betide;
How safe am I from strife and sin
The rifted rock within! [Refrain]

3. Thou art the reservoir of grace;
My trembling hand in Thine I place;
Let storms break forth and thunders roll,
There’s peace within my soul. [Refrain]

4. My soul is safe, my anchor’s cast,
The morn of joy will break at last;
Then I shall see my Savior King
And His high praises sing. [Refrain]

Author: Will O. Jones

Early 20th Century Jones’ works include: New Hymns of Inspiration (Atlanta, Georgia, Will O. Jones, 1923)  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus my Friend, my Lord, my King
Title: I Trust in Thee
Author: Will O. Jones (1919)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I trust in Thee to take me thru
Copyright: Public Domain


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