11193. There Is Joy In My Soul

1 I will not be weary, tho’ trials may come,
And troubles before me I see,
But count them as nothing compared with the love,
Of Jesus, my Savior, to me.

I’ll sing of His love, of His wonderful love,
Tho’ billows like mountains may roll;
I fear not the tempest, I dread not the storm,
For O, there is joy in my soul.

2 I cannot be weary when He is my rest;
Whate’er my temptations may be,
I’ll trust in His promise because He has said:
My grace is sufficient for thee. [Refrain]

3 There’s joy that no language or thought can express,
It comes from His presence divine;
And when in His likeness at last I awake,
Its fullness I know will be mine. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: I will not be weary, tho’ trials may come
Title: There Is Joy In My Soul
Author: Fanny Crosby
Refrain First Line: I’ll sing of His love, of His wonderful love
Meter: D
Language: English
Source: Young People's Songs of Praise by Allen Sankey (Chicago: Biglow & Main, 1902)
Copyright: Public Domain
Notes: Some hymnals show the author as Wilson Meade, one of Crosby's pseudonyms
Tune Information
Composer: Ira Allan Sankey (1902)
Meter: D
Key: G Major
Copyright: Public Domain

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