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Look to Jesus trust no other

Representative Text

1. Look to Jesus, trust no other;
When all others prove untrue,
Trust in him in all earth's trials,
For he loves and cares for you.

Chorus:
Yes, he loves and cares for you,
Yes, he loves and cares for you,
Trust in him whate'er betides you,
For he loves and cares for you.

2. When all others prove unfaithful,
And the world seems dark and drear;
There is One that's watching o'er you,
And his help is ever near. [Chorus]

3. When the world seems full of evil,
Perils come from every side;
Trust the One who will protect you,
In his love and grace abide. [Chorus]

4. With his precious blood he bought us,
Oh, believe his promise true;
He will bring you to his kingdom,
For he loves and cares for you. [Chorus]

Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #69

Author: A. W. West

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First Line: Look to Jesus trust no other
Author: A. W. West
Refrain First Line: Yes he loves

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Carols of Hope #69

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