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We'll Stem the Storm

Our souls are in God's mighty hand

Tune: [Our friends on earth we meet with pleasure]
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Our souls are in God’s mighty hand,
We’re precious in His sight;
And you and I shall surely stand
With Him in glory bright.

We’ll stem the storm, it won’t be long,
We’ll anchor by and by
In the haven of eternal rest,
With Jesus ever nigh.

2 Him eye to eye we then shall see,
Our face like His shall shine;
Oh, what a glorious company
Where saints and angels join. [Chorus]

3 Oh, what a joyful meeting there,
In robes of white arrayed;
We all shall join in praising Him
Whose glories never fade. [Chorus]

4 When we’ve been there ten thousand years
Bright shining as the sun,
We’ll have no less to sing His praise
Than when we first begun. [Chorus]

Source: Choice Hymns of the Faith #434

Text Information

First Line: Our souls are in God's mighty hand
Title: We'll Stem the Storm
Refrain First Line: We'll stem the storm, it won't be long
Copyright: Public Domain



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Choice Hymns of the Faith #434

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The Christian hymnal #285

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