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a We need not fear, though all around, 'Mid rising winds, we hear The multitude of waters surge; For Thou, O God, art near.
3  The calm, the breeze, the gale, the storm, The ocean and Jhe land,
All, all are Thine, and held within The hollow of Thy hand.
4  As when on blue Gennesaret Rose high the angry wave,
And Thy disciples quailed in dread, One word of Thine could save;
5  So when the fiercer storms arise From man's unbridled will,
Be Thou, Lord, present in our hearts To whisper, " Peace, be still."
6  Across this troubled tide of life Thyself our pilot be,
Until we reach that better land, The land that knows no sea.
Rev. Edward A. Dayman, 1865
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b Jesus, Saviour, let Thy presence Be their light and guide; Keep, 0 keep them, in their weakness, At Thy side.
3 When in sorrow, when in danger, When in loneliness, In Thy love look down and comfort Their distress.
H May the joy of Thy salvation Be their strength and stay;
May they love and may they praise Thee Day by day.
5   Holy Spirit, let Thy teaching Sanctify their life;
Send Thy grace that they may conquer In the strife.
6  Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, God the One in Three,               [them
Bless them, guide them, save them, keep Near to Thee.
Isabella S. Stephenson, 1SS9







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