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Our Refuge

Jesus, thou Refuge of the soul

Author: Mrs. C. Warren
Tune: [Jesus, thou Refuge of the soul]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Jesus, Thou Refuge of the soul,
To Thy dear arms I flee;
From Satan’s wiles, from self and sin,
Oh, make and keep me free.

2 Tho’ clouds may rise, tho’ tempests rage,
Thou wilt my shelter be,
While with a steadfast heart and true,
My trust is stayed on Thee.

3 No power on earth, or power below,
Can tear me from Thy side;
If ‘neath Thy shelt’ring wings of love,
Dear Refuge, I abide.

4 Not death itself, that last dread foe,
Can hold me with his chain;
Thro’ Christ, who conquered Death, I rise,
And life eternal gain.

Source: Gospel Hymns No. 6 #79

Author: Mrs. C. Warren

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus, thou Refuge of the soul
Title: Our Refuge
Author: Mrs. C. Warren
Language: English

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