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No other refuge, Lord, have I

No other refuge, Lord, have I

Author: R. G. Staples
Tune: [No other refuge, Lord, have I]
Published in 7 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 No other refuge, Lord, have I;
Who can I trust but Thee?
Oh, fix my hope upon the Rock
That has been cleft for me.

Refrain:
The rifted Rock, the rifted Rock,
Oh may it shelter me;
My hope is on the rifted Rock,
That has been cleft for me.

2 Tho’ clouds obscure and dark the way,
Storms in wild fury rage,
Safe from alarm, I rest secure
Till Thou the storms assuage. [Refrain]

3 Come, stormy win; come, tempest shock;
Roll, billows of the sea;
I am secure within the Rock
That has been cleft for me. [Refrain]

Source: Crowning Day No. 3 #25

Author: R. G. Staples

Robert Griffin Staples. He was born Robert Griffin on January 24, 1833 in Washington DC. Both of his parents died in a carriage accident when he was an infant; he was then adopted by his mother's sister, Mary Ann King, and her husband, Samuel Johnson Staples and he was given the name Robert Griffin Staples. He was a captain in the Union Army during the Civil War and after the war was promoted to Major. He then worked as chief clerk in the Portsmouth United States Navy Yard. Religion was an important part of his life, as well as music. He died June 20, 1891 in Portsmouth, VA. Dianne Shapiro, from Jean Brickey (great-granddaughter) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: No other refuge, Lord, have I
Author: R. G. Staples
Refrain First Line: The rifted rock

Timeline

Instances

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Crowning Day No. 3 #25

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Fount of Blessing #62

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Garnered Gems of Sunday School Song #30

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Grace and Glory #75

New Onward and Upward #d106

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Onward and Upward No. 2 #163

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Windows of Heaven #55

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