Faber's Hymns - online hymn-book

88 Most Popular & Representative Christian Hymns From Frederick William Faber.

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I worship Thee with breathless fears;
Thou wilt do what Thou wilt; The worst Thine anger hath in store
Is far below my guilt.
Oli fearful thought! one act of sin
Within itself contains The power of endless hate of God,
And everlasting pains.
For me to do such act I know How slight a change I need,
Yet know not if restraining grace For me hath been decreed.
What can I do but trust Thee, Lord r That trust my heart will cheer;
And love must learn to live abashed Beneath continual fear.
That Thou art God is my one joy : WThate'er Thy Will may be,
Thy glory will be magnified In Thy last doom of me.

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