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What though the tempests

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1 What tho’ the tempests rage around thee,
Child of the living God?
Fear not to tread with faith and courage
Where thy Redeemer trod;
Fail not to bear the gospel banner,
Fear not the world’s cold scorn;
Tho' now the night be dark with sorrow,
Joy cometh with the morn.

2 Strong is the Hand that leads thee forward,
Changeless the Father’s love;
Dread not the surging waves below thee,
Fear not the clouds above;
Hold fast the promise of salvation,
And to the end endure;
Ever be faithful to thy calling,
And thy reward is sure.

Source: Joyful Lays: a new collection of songs, prepared and adapted for the Sunday School #138

Author: Helen R. Young

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First Line: What though the tempests
Author: Helen R. Young
Copyright: Public Domain

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Joyful Lays #138

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