The Lord is my shepherd

I have a shepherd, one I love so well

Author: Leonard Weaver
Tune: [I have a Shepherd, One I love so well]
Published in 8 hymnals

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Full Text

1 I have a shepherd, one I love so well;
What He is to me tongue can never tell;
On the cross He suffered, shed His blood, and died,
That I might ever in His love confide.

Following Jesus ever day by day,
Nothing have I to fear when He leads the way;
Darkness or sunshine, whate’er befall,
Jesus the Savior is my all in all.

2 Pastures abundant doth His hand provide,
Still waters flowing ever at my side;
Goodness and mercy follow on my track;
With such a shepherd nothing can I lack. [Refrain]

3 When I would wander from the path astray,
Then He doth draw me back into the way;
In the darkest valley I need fear no ill,
For He my shepherd will be with me still. [Refrain]

4 When the work is over and the journey done,
Then He will lead me safely to my home;
There I shall dwell in rapture pure and sweet,
And with all the loved ones gather at His feet. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #8057

Author: Leonard Weaver

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Text Information

First Line: I have a shepherd, one I love so well
Title: The Lord is my shepherd
Author: Leonard Weaver
Refrain First Line: Following Jesus



The Cyber Hymnal #8057
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