Lord Jesus, Thou dost keep thy child

Lord Jesus, Thou dost keep thy child

Author: Jean Sophia Pigott
Tune: MERIBAH (Mason)
Published in 12 hymnals

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LORD Jesus, thou dost keep thy child
Through sunshine or through tempest wild;
Jesus, I trust in thee.
Thine is such wondrous power to save;
Thine is the mighty love that gave
Its all on Calvary.

2 O glorious Saviour, thee I praise!
To thee my new glad song I raise,
And tell of what thou art.
Thy grace is boundless in its store;
Thy face of love shines evermore;
Thou givest me thy heart.

3 Upon thy promises I stand,
Trusting in thee; thine own right hand
Doth keep and comfort me.
My soul doth triumph in thy word;
Thine, thine be all the praise, dear Lord,
As thine the victory.

4 Love perfecteth what it begins;
Thy power doth save me from my sins;
Thy grace upholdeth me.
This life of trust, how glad, how sweet;
My need and thy great fulness meet,
And I have all in thee.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #741

Author: Jean Sophia Pigott

Jean Sophia Pigott United Kingdom 1845-1882. Born at Leixlip, Ireland, she was a poet and hymn lyricist. She wrote “A royal service and other poems” (1877). She was a sister to William Frederick Pigott ,a missionary to China, He was murdered in the 1901 Boxer Rebellion, along with 76 other missionaries working with missionary, Hudson Taylor, but in other parts of China.. Taylor was overcome with grief to hear of the massacre, and took much comfort in Pigott’s hymn. She died at Leixlip, Ireland. John Perry Go to person page >

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First Line: Lord Jesus, Thou dost keep thy child
Author: Jean Sophia Pigott
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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