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Think on the way, O thou storm driven child

Representative Text

1. Think on thy way, O thou storm-driven child;
Out on the ocean so dark and so wild,
Far from thy God you are drifting today,—
Think on thy way, think on thy way.

2. Think on thy way: without Pilot or Guide,
Far from the shore with no Friend by your side,
Thoughtless of Him who would fain be your stay,
Think on thy way, think on thy way.

3. Think on thy way, God will not let you go;
His mighty arm can destroy ev'ry foe;
Trust Him today, all His mandates obey;
Think on thy way, think on thy way.

Coda: (After last verse only)
Think on thy way, think on thy way,
Is it leading you to God and home?
Think on thy way.

Source: The New Christian Hymnal #206

Author: Jack P. Scholfield

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Text Information

First Line: Think on the way, O thou storm driven child
Author: Jack P. Scholfield



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Hymn of the Faith #d260

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Hymns and Sacred Songs #284

Kingdom Songs #d270

Songs that Touch the Heart. Vol. 1 #d47

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The New Christian Hymnal #206

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The New Praiseworthy #208

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The Popular Hymnal #344

Worship in Song #d257

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