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Can He Trust in You and Me?

So oft we sing of trust in God

Author: L. O. Brown
Tune: [So oft we sing of trust in God]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 So oft we sing of trust in God
And resting on His blessed word
While souls are going down in sin;
Can God trust you some precious soul to win?

Chorus:
Oh, can He trust in you and me
To tell the love of Calvary
It must be told to sinners lost,
To blood-bought souls at any cost.

2 If God could trust His own today
To walk with Him the holy way;
In Satan’s throng would be but few,
For God could reach some wand’ring soul thro’ you. [Chorus]

3 The day will come to you and me,
To face a long eternity;
God’s record books will be found true,
Oh, can He put His perfect trust in you? [Chorus]

4 When face to face with truth you stand
And trifle with the Lord’s command—
To be ye holy, pure and true;
Oh, Christian, can He put His trust in you? [Chorus]


Source: Gold Tried in the Fire: suitable for church, Sunday school, revival meetings, missionary and rescue work #11

Author: L. O. Brown

Rv L O Brown USA. He may be Rev. L. O. brown of Indianapolis, IN, but this is not verified. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: So oft we sing of trust in God
Title: Can He Trust in You and Me?
Author: L. O. Brown
Refrain First Line: Oh, can He trust in you and me
Publication Date: 1901
Notes: Dedicated to Nettie C. Springer
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gold Tried in the Fire #11

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