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HAVE FAITH IN GOD.                       89
Beneath the stranger's roof he weeps, When darkness round his forehead creeps; For with each sad'ning shade of gloom There steals a thrilling thought of home.
HAVE FAITH IN GOD.
Mariner, on the sea of life, Are the tempests loud with strife ? Tremblest thou in wild alarm, Fearful of the gathering storm ? He who once those billows rode, Says to thee, " Hare faith in God."
Traveller 1 in a desert way, Weary, lonely, dost thou stray, With a heart oppressed with fear, Shrinking from some danger near ? He who once thy pathway trod, Says, "Have faith! have faith in God."
Mourner! bending sad and lone, O'er the death-recording stone, Weeping for the loved and blest, Who have gently sunk to rest; He who burst from death's abode Says to thee, " Have faith in God."
Afflicted one! oppressed with pain, Dost thou of thy lot complain ?
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