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When darkest clouds o'erhang the way

When darkest clouds o'erhang the way

Author: R. C. Ward
Tune: [When darkest clouds overhang the way]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 When darkest clouds o’erhang the way,
And threat’ning storms are heard,
Just rest upon the promises,
And take him at his word.

Refrain:
O take him at his word,
Yes, take him at his word;
‘Tis sweet to trust in Jesus’ name,
And take him at his word.

2 Tho’ evil hosts assail, and oft
Your heart with fear is stirred,
No evil can prevail, if you
Will take him at his word. [Refrain]

3 Your pray’rs ascend the throne of grace,
Although by men unheard;
There’s One who hears the pray’r of faith,
Then take him at his word. [Refrain]

4 He ready waits to fill the soul
With melody unheard;
Just cast your all upon the Lord,
And take him at his word. [Refrain]

Source: Songs for All #29

Author: R. C. Ward

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Text Information

First Line: When darkest clouds o'erhang the way
Author: R. C. Ward
Copyright: Public Domain

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Songs for All #29

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Songs of Love Divine #29

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