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Take Jesus with You

Take Jesus with you, along the way

Author: Albert Fredericks (1917)
Tune: [Take Jesus with you, along the way]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Representative Text

1. Take Jesus with you, along the way,
Have sweet communion with Him each day;
This Elder Brother ’tis joy to know,
Take Jesus with you, where’er you go.

Refrain
A sweet companionship is this to know and share,
A blessèd fellowship of joy most rare;
Would you be happy, the Savior know?
Then take Him with you where’er you go.

2. Take Jesus with you, His wondrous power
Will bless and brighten the darkest hour;
Your cares and troubles the Lord doth know,
Take Jesus with you where’er you go. [Refrain]

3. Take Jesus with you, His precious name
And great salvation to all proclaim;
Your friend and Savior to others show,
Take Jesus with you where’er you go. [Refrain]

4. Take Jesus with you, and then at last,
When evening shadows are gathering fast,
He will sustain you and bear you o’er
The rolling Jordan to Canaan’s shore. [Refrain]

Author: Albert Fredericks

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Text Information

First Line: Take Jesus with you, along the way
Title: Take Jesus with You
Author: Albert Fredericks (1917)
Source: The Wonderful Story in Song, by Frederick A. Fillmore (Cincinnati, Ohio: F. L. Rowe, 1917), number 47
Language: English
Refrain First Line: A sweet companionship is this to know and share
Copyright: Public Domain

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