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The shepherd master

The Lord is with us, let our courage falter not

Author: C. Hutchinson
Tune: [The Lord is with us, let our courage falter not]
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 The Lord is with us, let our courage falter not;
He leads the way before us; what have we to fear?
His everlasting arms are underneath us,
And his voice in ev’ry time of trial we may hear.

Refrain:
Where the Shepherd leads us,
We’ll follow all the way;
Where the Master needs us,
We’ll work for him today.

2 The foe, however strong, shall flee before us,
And the clouds that rise shall rifted be, and fade away;
His word of promise is: “I will be with thee;
I will go before, and lead thee in the perfect way.” [Refrain]

3 To do his perfect will our daily prayer shall be;
Wherever he may call or need us we will go;
A Shepherd, and a Master, kind and patient,
He will point the way, and grace abundant will bestow. [Refrain]


Source: Sunday School Voices: a collection of sacred songs #66

Author: C. Hutchinson

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Text Information

First Line: The Lord is with us, let our courage falter not
Title: The shepherd master
Author: C. Hutchinson
Refrain First Line: Where the Shepherd leads us

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 6 of 6)

Celestial Chimes #d75

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Glorious Theme #63

Nineteen Sunday School Songs #d13

Selected Sunday School Songs #d188

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Sunday School Voices #66

Voices for Christ #d134

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