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1 Our journey lies across
A wide and dangerous sea,
With rolling billows tossed
On raging Galilee.
Hope cheers us on when storms arise,
Our anchor cast beyond the skies.
2 Though threatening waves assail
Our bark on every side,
The journey cannot fail
For Jesus rules the tide. [Refrain]
3 Our bark is moving on,
Though clouds and storms arise,
The compass points beyond,
To calm and peaceful skies. [Refrain]
4 The storms will soon be o’er,
Fair Canaan’s lands appear,
We get a glimpse of shore,
Our bark is drawing near. [Refrain]Source: The Cyber Hymnal #11046