Thou, Lord, Knowest

Thou knowest Lord, Thou knowest all about me

Author: Anna Shipton
Tune: [Thou knowest, Lord, Thou knowest all about me]
Published in 3 hymnals

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Representative Text

1 Thou knowest, Lord, Thou knowest all about me,
And all the winding way my feet have trod;
And now Thou knwo'st I cannot go without Thee,
To guide me onward thro' the swelling flood.

2 Thou know'st my way —, how lone, how dark, how cheerless,
If Thy dear hand I fail in all to see;
Bright with Thy smile of love, my heart is fearless,
When in my weakness I can lean on Thee.

3 Give me Thy presence! Go Thou, Lord, before me,
Make a plain path where all is rough and drear;
So let me trust the love that watches o'er me,
And in the shadows still believe Thee near.

Source: Sacred Songs and Solos: with standard hymns, combined: 750 pieces #556

Author: Anna Shipton

Anna Savage Shipton United Kingdom 1815-1901. Born at Evesham, Wychavon, Worcester, England, she was the daughter of Evesham solicitor, Edward Savage. She inherited land from her father when he died in 1839 (her mother had died in 1817, and her brother had emigrated to Australia), and rented out some of the land. She married Joseph Shipton in 1848, but separated in 1852, allegedly due to his infidelity. Her estranged husband died in 1860. She traveled extensively and continued writing poetry and essays. She wrote 20+ religious books, and many leaflets, mostly religious. Among her books the following: a hymns and meditations book entitled, “Whispers in the palms. Hymns and meditations” (1855); Precious gems for the Savior’s di… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Thou knowest Lord, Thou knowest all about me
Title: Thou, Lord, Knowest
Author: Anna Shipton
Language: English

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Media

Sacred Songs and Solos: with standard hymns, combined: 750 pieces #556

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Hymns of Consecration and Faith #154

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Sacred Songs and Solos #556

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The Song Companion to the Scriptures #331

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