1 ’Mid all the traffic of the ways,
Turmoils without, within,
Make in my heart a quiet place,
And come and dwell therein.
2 A little shrine of quietness,
All sacred to Thyself,
Where Thou shalt all my soul possess,
And I may find myself.
3 A little shelter from life’s stress,
Where I may lay me prone,
And bare my soul in loneliness,
And know as I am known.
4 A little place of mystic grace,
Of self and sin swept bare,
Where I may look upon Thy face,
And talk with Thee in prayer.
Source: Hymns for the Living Church #414
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|The Cyber Hymnal #4251||'Mid All the Traffic of the Ways||'Mid all the traffic of the ways||ST. AGNES||William A. Dunkerley||CM||<cite>The Vision Splendid</cite>, 1917|
|Worship in Song: A Friends Hymnal #142||'Mid All the Traffic of the Ways||'Mid all the traffic of the ways||ST. AGNES||John Oxenham||184.108.40.206.||1996||Angels | ; God's Presence | ; Grace | ; Prayer | ; Quietness | ; Silence | ; Sin | ; Solitude ||