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I Will Lift My Heart

Night and morning, O my Savior

Author: Fronia Smith
Tune: [Night and morning, O my Savior]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Night and morning, Oh, my Saviour!
I will lift my heart to Thee,
When temptations dark assail me,
To Thy shelt’ring arms I’ll flee.

Chorus:
Oh, my Saviour! blessed Saviour!
Thou didst bear the cross for me,
‘Neath Thy wing securely hide me,
Till the tempest’s wrath shall flee.

2 Rock of refuge! strong Deliv’rer!
Tow’r of strength when foes annoy,
Present Saviour, when the tempter
Would the helpless soul destroy. [Chorus]

3 Night and morning, Oh, my Saviour!
Unto Thee for help I’ll come,
Thou wilt hear me, Thou wilt save me,
Thou, at last, wilt bring me home. [Chorus]


Source: Gems and Jewels #97

Author: Fronia Smith

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Text Information

First Line: Night and morning, O my Savior
Title: I Will Lift My Heart
Author: Fronia Smith
Refrain First Line: O, my Savior, blessed
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gems and Jewels #97

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