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The Lord's My Redeemer

The Lord's my Redeemer, my stronghold is he

Author: Mary O. Sparrow
Tune: [The Lord's my Redeemer, my stronghold is he]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 The Lord's my Redeemer, my stronghold is he;
My refuge to which in all trials I flee.
He holds me, he helps me, he comfort bestows;
He calms each rude current which over me flows.

Chorus:
The Lord's my Redeemer, My strong tower is he;
My refuge to which in all trials I flee.

2 He shields me when sounds of the tempest I hear,
He hides me when swift-rolling billows are near.
He cheers me in darkness surrounded by foes,
And comforts my soul with the tho't that "He knows." [Chorus]

3 Oh! Saviour, Redeemer, my Helper and Friend,
On thee in all conflicts my soul doth depend.
Direct me, control me, perfect me, I pray,
Till with thee in glory I'll praise thee for aye. [Chorus]

Source: Bible Study Songs: for junior societies, junior and primary Sunday schools #15

Author: Mary O. Sparrow

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Text Information

First Line: The Lord's my Redeemer, my stronghold is he
Title: The Lord's My Redeemer
Author: Mary O. Sparrow
Refrain First Line: The Lord's my Redeemer, My strong tower is he

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Bible Study Songs #15

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