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Often when I am impatient And my heart says

Often when I am impatient And my heart says

Author: Richard Beesley
Tune: [Often when I am impatient]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Often when I am impatient
And my heart says, “now, right now,”
Then my Saviour softly answers
With a quiet voice and low.

Refrain:
Trust and just wait,
Trust and just wait,
Thus Jesus my Saviour speaks to me,
Trust and just wait,
Trust and just wait,
And it will be well with thee.

2 If it be thy will to keep me
Here to serve the small or great
Or by death to glorify thee,
Help me just to trust and wait. [Refrain]

3 Blessed Jesus, blessed Jesus,
Give me patience now to wait
Help me evermore to trust thee,
Till I stand beyond the gate. [Refrain]

Source: Songs for All #34

Author: Richard Beesley

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Text Information

First Line: Often when I am impatient And my heart says
Author: Richard Beesley
Refrain First Line: Trust and just wait

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Songs for All #34

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Songs of Love Divine #34

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