1 Jesus, the calm that fills my breast,
No other heart than Thine can give;
This peace unstirred, this joy of rest,
None but Thy loved ones can receive.
2 My weary soul has found a charm
That turns to blessedness my woe;
Within the shelter of Thine arm,
I rest secure from storm and foe.
3 In desert wastes I feel no dread,
Fearless I walk the trackless sea;
I care not where my way is led,
Since all my life is life with Thee.
4 O Christ, through changeful years my Guide,
My Comforter in sorrow’s night,
My Friend, when friendless,— still abide,
My Lord, my Counselor, my Light.
5 My time, my powers, I give to Thee;
My inmost soul ’tis Thine to move;
I wait for Thy eternity,
I wait, in peace, in praise, in love.
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|The Cyber Hymnal #3302||Jesus, the Calm That Fills My Breast||Jesus, the calm that fills my breast||WARATAH||Frank M. North||LM||<cite>The Methodist Hymnal</cite> (New York: The Methodist Book Concern, 1905), number 549|