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Take the Bible with you

Take the dear old Bible with you

Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Take the dear old Bible with you,
Men of toil, where’er you go.
It will strength and comfort give you;
Read its truth and you shall know.

Refrain:
Precious book, sacred book,
Word of God,
And Guide to heaven.

2 Take the dear, old Bible with you,
As a shield from every snare.
When dark clouds begin to gather,
Read this book, then bow in prayer. [Refrain]

3 How the Precious Story thrills us,
How it lightens every care.
With this Manna daily feed us,
With thy yoke our burdens share. [Refrain]

Source: The King of Glory #157b

Text Information

First Line: Take the dear old Bible with you
Title: Take the Bible with you
Refrain First Line: Precious book, sacred book

Timeline

Instances

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Calvary's Praises #157b

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The King of Glory #157b

Wonder Hymns of Faith #d192

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