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3254. Jesus Leads

1. Like a shepherd, tender, true,
Jesus leads, Jesus leads,
Daily finds us pastures new,
Jesus leads, Jesus leads;
If thick mists are o’er the way,
Or the flock ’mid danger feeds,
He will watch them lest they stray,
Jesus leads, Jesus leads.

2. All along life’s rugged road
Jesus leads, Jesus leads,
Till we reach yon blest abode,
Jesus leads, Jesus leads;
All the way, before He’s trod,
And He now the flock precedes,
Safe into the fold of God,
Jesus leads, Jesus leads.

3. Thro’ the sunlit ways of life
Jesus leads, Jesus leads,
Thro’ the warrings and the strife
Jesus leads, Jesus leads;
When we reach the Jordan’s tide,
Where life’s bound’ry line recedes,
He will the spread the waves aside,
Jesus leads, Jesus leads.

Text Information
First Line: Like a shepherd, tender, true
Title: Jesus Leads
Author: John Ralston Clements (1893)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Like a shepherd, tender, true]
Composer: John Robson Sweney
Incipit: 34325 21121 72321
Key: G Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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