1 My shepherd is the Lord,
He every want doth fill;
He leadeth me, He feedeth me,
Beside the waters still;
For His name’s glory He
Guides me in righteous ways,
Restores my soul when it grows cold,
Or in earth’s shadow strays.
2 Yea, tho’ thro’ death’s dark vale
I walk, I’ll lean on Thee,
Nor will I fear, for Thou art near,
Thy staff, it comforts me;
When foes press ’round me sore,
To starve my soul, O Lord!
Thou dost prepare with loving care
The table of Thy Word.
3 And Thy rich oil of grace
My head Thou’st poured upon;
My blessing cup hast Thou filled up,
Thy mercies to me shown;
Surely shall Thy goodness
And mercy fail me never,
And I shall dwell where glad songs swell
In my Lord’s house forever.
Noble Theodocia Beall 1878-1969. Also known as Nobie Beall or Mrs. Nobie Ward Dykes
She was born on July 10, 1878 in Carrollton, Georgia and died on January 21, 1969 in Bibb, Georgia. She was the first cousin of B. B.Beall, who was the composer and publisher of her hymns.
NN, Hymnal editor. Source: www.hymntime.com/tch/
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