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1643. Forever Trusting in the Lord

1. Forever trusting in the Lord,
Take heed to do His will;
So shalt thou dwell within the land,
And He thy needs shall fill.

2. Delight thee in the Lord, and He
Will grant thy heart’s request;
To Him commit thy way in faith,
And thus thou shalt be blest.

3. And He shall make Thy righteousness
Shine brightly as the light,
And as the burning noonday sun
Thy judgment shall be bright.

4. Rest in the Lord with quiet trust,
Wait patiently for Him;
Though wickedness triumphant seem,
Let not thy faith grow dim.

Text Information
First Line: Forever trusting in the Lord
Title: Forever Trusting in the Lord
Author: Anonymous (1912)
Meter: CM
Language: English
Source: The Psalter (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912), number 100
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: MEDITATION
Composer: John Henry Gower (1890)
Meter: CM
Incipit: 33333 31114 43255
Key: E♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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