1 Kind are the words that Jesus speaks,
To cheer the drooping saint;
"My grace sufficient is for you,
Though nature's powers may faint."
2 My grace its glories shall display,
And make your griefs remove;
"Your weakness shall the triumph tell
Of boundless power and love."
3 What though my griefs are not removed,
Yet why should I despair?
While my kind Savior's arms support
I can the burden bear.
4 Jesus, my Savior and my Lord!
'Tis good to trust thy name:
Thy power, thy faithfulness and love
Will ever be the same.
5 Weak as I am, yet through thy grace
I all things can perform;
And smiling triumph in thy name,
Amidst the raging storm.
The Christian's duty, exhibited in a series of hymns, 1791
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|Primitive Baptist Hymn and Tune Book #39||Kind are the words that Jesus speaks||Kind are the words that Jesus speaks||[Condescension]||2016|