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The Narrow Way

There is a way, a narrow way, For all who heaven would win

Author: William Stevenson
Tune: [There is a way, a narrow way] (Stevenson)
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 There is a way, a narrow way,
For all who heav’n would win;
Though strait the gate, yet all who strive
Will surely enter in.

Refrain:
The narrow way, the narrow way,
All others lead astray;
We’ll bear the cross, nor count the loss,
And walk the narrow way.

2 There is a gate whose way is broad,
And many enter there;
It leads from heav’n, it leads from God,
To darkness and despair. [Refrain]

3 Help us, O God, the road to shun
Where sinners love to stray;
And keep our feet forever sure
Within the narrow way. [Refrain]

Source: The Bright Array #39

Author: William Stevenson

Late 19th Century Currently, our only data on Stevenson is that he was a minister. --http://www.hymntime.com/tch May be the same as William Fleming Stevenson. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There is a way, a narrow way, For all who heaven would win
Title: The Narrow Way
Author: William Stevenson
Refrain First Line: No longer stay outside
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Bright Array #39

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