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1. Wherever my home, wherever I roam,
Wherever my dwelling may be;
Tho’ skies may be blue or skies may be gray,
His grace is sufficient for me.
As the waters cover the sea,
So God’s mercy covereth me;
I am under His care,
Every day, everywhere,
For His grace is sufficient for me.
2. Wherever I’m called to labor for Him,
At home or across the wide sea;
His presence is there, I’m under His care,
His grace is sufficient for me. [Refrain]
3. His mercy and love endureth for aye,
There’s naught that His eye cannot see;
He holdeth the wealth of the world in His hand,
His grace is sufficient for me. [Refrain]Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2434